Being Compensated For Your Passion Work

1. Do you have to charge for this at all?

One option is that you don’t have to charge for doing the work you love. You can just do it for others who are willing to receive it. They are giving you the gift of being willing to receive your gift.

2. Money is a social convention of reciprocity.

If you already see some demand for your services, and are making money, but you sometimes feel bad about it, then this section is for you:

3. Give so meaningfully that money arises as a natural reciprocity.

Where it gets unhealthy, is anytime you try to force that “interdependence”.

4. Promises, Confidence, and what rate you charge

Your confidence, however, does matter in how you feel about being compensated for your work. It also matters to how others perceive your service and whether it’s worth paying for.

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George Kao

George Kao


Authentic Business Coach & Author of 4 Books including "Authentic Content Marketing" and "Joyful Productivity"