In a recent Expert Panel Article for Business Beware, JP Jones lends her voice to answer one of the ever-growing questions among budding entrepreneurs and seasoned business-owners alike: "Should I charge people for my time?"
Among other experts, JP advises colleagues in this dilemma to evaluate each meeting with clients and eliminate those that aren't absolutely necessary to development.
"In my own businesses," she writes, "I am working countless hours a day and preserving my time is must. Time spent on the phone or in face-to-face meetings cuts down on production time. As a result, early on we set a policy of eliminating as many non-mission critical meetings as possible."
Read JP's full advice and see how other experts answered the question by reading the full article here.