Ever been offered a large sum of money for a project or service that just didn’t feel right in your gut?
I’ve been there.
You don’t want to miss an opportunity to impact someone’s life and earn income in the process.
You also have a limited amount of resources, specifically your time, available.
In short: you can’t be everything to everyone.
An Italian restaurants doesn't serve tacos, even if a customer orders one and offers to pay more.
It is perfectly okay to limit what you offer. This actually adds clarity to your audience as to how they can work with you and what to expect.
You may have noticed that some of the most high end restaurants also have the smallest menus. Focus on the core of what value you provide and what feels right.
Don’t be afraid to say “no.”
“No” is a complete sentence.
Have you compromised for the cash before?