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You know I can see you, right?

Salivating over the prospect of a freelance career that feeds your soul and makes you money…

You’ve watched other creatives make bank and wondered how they’re feasting on the finer things in life while you struggle to get out of swapping time for dollars.

You’ve watched other creatives make bank and wondered how they’re feasting on the finer things in life while you struggle to get out of swapping time for dollars.

As a freelance creative, I’m sure you’ve been told that while you may want the filet mignon lifestyle, your future will only ever be boiled chicken and instant mashed potato.

You feel that, deep down, you really could be the fine dining level of freelancer, the one that clients aspire to work with and pay you the big bikkies.

People like me are having our cake and eating it too, they’ve seemingly got it all worked out when it comes to charging with confidence and making money as a freelancer, yet you can’t seem to figure out how to do it yourself.

Whether you’re aware of it or not, there’ll be one key ingredient that needs to be tweaked; your pricing.

Now I’m not just talking about raising your prices or simply charging more. I’m talking about a smarter, better way to price.

You might be under the impression that charging by the hour is the only choice. I can tell you, with 100% certainty, that you’ll never be rolling in dough if this is the only recipe in your box.

An extra $1400 by simply changing the pricing method…

Jaz is a total rockstar! Thanks to her guidance and expertise, I learned that there’s more than one way to price my services, and it led me to make an extra $1400 on a single project!

Thanks to her expertise and support, I feel more confident and empowered than ever before in my freelance business!

You’ve ended up in my kitchen, so you’re probably looking around and wondering…

  • Is there a way to justify higher prices and quote with confidence?

  • What if the client says ‘no’ because I’m too expensive? What should I do if I still really want the job?
  • What’s the recipe for serving bigger clients? Can I charge more, or should I just be grateful they want to tour my kitchen?
  • Which factors determine how much I can charge?
  • Are there ways to persuade a potential client to spend more than they initially planned?
  • How can I confidently calculate a rate that I’m happy with, and that accurately reflects my worth?
  • Is it really possible to earn good money and enjoy the flexibility of freelancing?

*spoiler alert* It’s totally possible.
You’re in just the right place to find out how.

I’ve been working from this creative kitchen for over 14 years, and I can tell you that I’ve figured out a few secret herbs and spices that you’ve probably forgotten to charge for. My recipes must be holding up because I’m now operating a 7-figure business.

I know that every day is different for us freelance creatives.

In this freelance world of ours, with it’s unpredictability and constantly changing cashflow, I found myself craving structure in the way I priced my creativity and skills…

This is why i created my entree course

How to Price Anything Course

My step-by-step ebook for hungry creatives to help you price anything as a service-based freelancer and serve your rates with confidence, no matter the client.

Which is why I created…

My step-by-step ebook for hungry creatives to help you price anything as a service-based freelancer

Usually $59

From project pricing to licencing deals, product pricing to creative retainers, I’ve served up the pricing structures for practically any pricing scenario you will come across as a freelancer.

How to Price Anything was baked to help you price any creative dish you serve your clients, knowing that you haven’t missed a key ingredient or used the wrong recipe and left yourself hungry by not charging enough.

I’m the type to panic every time I get a design inquiry…

But through working with Jaz, I’ve learned how to be more strategic about the way I price my expertise. Jasmine is such fun and encouraging coach. She will help you walk through any confusion, and overwhelm you might have about pricing.

If you’re an artist or a graphic designer who constantly gets overwhelmed about how to price your work, I definitely recommend that you lear from Jaz!

From cover to cover, you’ll learn what to do in every possible scenario that could come your way.

My five-step method gives you the foundational knowledge to charge your clients knowing you’ve priced accurately and confident you’ll make profit!

You’ll learn how to:

  • Gather the right ingredients before you even quote any brief that lands on your plate

  • Bake a base rate that feeds your pockets before you serve the client your skills

  • Define the value point hidden within the dish so you know what you bring to the table

  • Adjust your pricing recipes to feed bigger crowds and earn more dough

  • Send your bill to the table knowing you’ve priced accurately and are building a profitable freelance career.

$24k instead of crumbs for his creativity…

We had an international client approach us and we needed help with how to quote this complex project.

With Jasmine’s help, we were able to confidently charge over $20k Euro ($24k AUD) for an opportunity we probably would have probably undercharged for without her! Thanks Jaz, you’re awesome!

Jimbo | ShoutBam

How To Price Anything is the golden recipe book for hungry freelance creatives.

Take the guesswork out of pricing, tie on your apron, and start rolling around in dough.

Isn’t it time for your just desserts?