The Red Flags of Inadequate Pricing February 17, 2020 Recently I was on a discovery call with a videographer. This man has been in business for five years, and he felt like he needed to make some major changes to his business if he was going to achieve goals he’d set for himself. About 15…

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Warren Buffett on Pricing Power and Your Idiot Nephew December 13, 2019 I’ve written previously about Warren Buffett and his comments on pricing power. Buffett made a comment on the importance of pricing in evaluating a business which is frequently quoted by investors and folks like me who do work in pricing: The single most…

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Confidence and Pricing Your Services November 1, 2019 I’ve given several presentations to various groups over the last few weeks, including some student entrepreneurs just starting out. In the questions which come during and after those presentations, the underlying problem of confidence always comes up. Lack of confidence is that uneasy sensation when you get…

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Context in Pricing: The Waffle House Edition February 12, 2019 My son is a Waffle House fan and has been since he was old enough to know what’s going on. He’s 18 now and there’s a Waffle House story in which he’s the featured star that I love to tell him now. It’s the kind…

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