Friday, October 17, 2008

A Lesson Learned

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I have received my book the other day and though I haven't finished reading the whole book, I have to say that I am at awe. I will eventually share my review and learnings about Kuya Kevin's book after I read the whole thing. For now, I think I need to talk to a spiritual counselor as there are some things that's been bugging me.

I just finished printing the term paper a friend ordered me to do. The task was quite hard and I wonder if I should ask from her the same rate or charge her with a much higher price. She's a regular customer (for some who doesn't know, I make term papers for a fee LOL), so what do you think?

Before I end this post, if you know someone who I can talk to through chat who can give me some spiritual advice, comment now.

5 comments:

Kuya Kevin said...

Mars,
I'd be happy to chat with you online some time if there's anyway I can help. Just email me and we can work out the details.

I'm delighted to see the book is blessing you.

Kuya Kevs

Irissh said...

Mars . . . I think you should charge her extra ;) . . .

Sorry I don't know anyone that can help you. Sana matulungan ka ni Kuya Kevin.

FickleMinded said...

good for you,i should say now that the book really is for you!

Politi Gal said...

Great blog! About the term paper: Don't charge her more this time, but amend your pricing scheme to include an increase in price if it takes you more time/effort than normal. Let your customers know up front that increased difficulty requires an increased fee:)

""rare*jonRez"" said...

i am no big time counselor but if you've got questions about what't bugging you spiritually, you can throw some wanders to me! really, i may have something to share. :) i am in a spiritual journey, too.

about the term paper, go charge the more difficult with a higher rate. :)

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