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  • Property-a-holics

    Why is free advice not considered valuable?

    It's a common perception of money = quality. 

    If I showed you a flash car/house/luxury item and gave it to you for a fraction of the price, you'll likely ask what's wrong with it.

    As a contractor that charges a day rate, if my rate was too low, employers would think twice about hiring me. In fact, I know many contractors who charge a lot higher than they are worth. They have the gift of the gab and project themselves to be of high value when in actual fact, they have no substance and their work is shoddy. This is the same as a lot of these speakers. The high cost implies 'expert' advice that you pay for.

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