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steph's take on clay and pricing ...for today

updated sun 11 jul 10


=3D?X-MAC-ROMAN?Q?Stephani_Stephenson?=3D on sat 10 jul 10

i have no idea whether my last posts posted, but after sleeping on it,&am=
p;#10;here's my pricing advice. Sandy and Lili make valid points=3D
, the issues can be as deep and wide , as stark or nuanced as you=3D
like, but essentially If you go into making stuff with =3D
clay as a full time, economic endeavor, you better &#=3D
10;1. have good work habits 2. be able to deal with people &#=3D
10; If you go into making stuff with clay as a full time=3D
, economic endeavor, you better feel the clay stuff deep =3D
deep in your bones if you don't , don't even bother.&=3D
;#10;if you do, nothing will stop you. Finally , don't l=3D
isten to anyone , ANYONE about pricing. Basically wen you price =3D
something you are pulling a price out of your ass. (thanks to Tre=3D
nt for the illuminating analogy) so "bottom line"?&#=3D
10;do the best you can and be fearless about it over and=3D
over and over again!