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Old 02-25-2010, 10:12 PM   #21
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I am only stating my observations - seems to me once folks hit 200-250k in household income, they spend everything they have to make pretend they're rich, nothing leftover. Folks who gross 150k, yet don't spend money into huge houses or expensive cars - have more money leftover to make what they have really nice. I've worked for really wealth folks with incomes of 350-700k a year ****er with me on price big time.
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Old 02-25-2010, 10:19 PM   #22
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I am only stating my observations - seems to me once folks hit 200-250k in household income, they spend everything they have to make pretend they're rich, nothing leftover. Folks who gross 150k, yet don't spend money into huge houses or expensive cars - have more money leftover to make what they have really nice. I've worked for really wealth folks with incomes of 350-700k a year ****er with me on price big time.
Could your experience have something to do with how you market and present your company? IMO if you want to stay as a solo operator and only work for residential clients you need to change and adapt to what the client wants to pay for. Marketing is more than just a mailer or a ad in a paper. You whole presentation is being judged as soon as they see your company.
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