I realized that I would NEVER accept a fee from a client who was less than delighted with what I had to offer them. So if that is my informal policy, why not make it formal?
I just wrote up the formal policy here: Guaranteed Motivational Speaker
(By the way, one of my favorite things about working for myself is that I get to make up my own policies. One of the many perks to being your own boss is that you get to make up the rules. (Another rule I have is: “Brad gets coffee whenever he wants.” See, it’s fun!)
Here’s a quick excerpt:
If you are not satisfied with what I offer, I’ll give you your money back.
To be honest, knowing that I could re-coup a lousy speaker’s fee would be the least of my worries. (Let’s face it, if you’re planning even a small meeting you have some huge investments OTHER than the speaker to make.) If I were you, I’d be more worried about whether my speaker can deliver. I’m just saying that I’ll do both.
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Guaranteed Motivational Speaker, Money-Back Fan, And Chief Policy Maker
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