Would you pay someone $5 for offering guidance?

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I recently started a service whereby i provide 3 practical solutions for any of your problem for $5. i wasn’t expecting an overwhelming response but i must confess i got something more than i expected, which made me think – are there so many people around who are willing to pay for practical guidance. would you pay to someone for guidance?

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Yes. I already did. I’m willing to pay more than $5 if the service is good. I also give gifts to those who deserve them. I have a coemployee who works in the U.S. I always ask him to teach me English and I’ll pay but he is always hesitant. He said it’s too much. He’s also helping me in editing some of my emails to our clients. He never asks for payment so I sometimes send him a gift. He’s so supportive I have improved a lot and always receives commendation from our clients and management. He deserves more than gifts if I can afford. I sometimes tell myself, when I get rich, I’ll look for him and help him. ?

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It is a good idea because many people have knowledge in some areas that could use friends, acquaintances and it is normal to be paid because they have learned.
  • Stunningnail
    I agree! They also have their own life and family and helping others definitely takes time. This time is so precious. Instead of using this time with their family, they devote it for someone who needs help. They deserve to be paid. If they can’t accept payment, give them gifts or help them in other things.
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I probably wouldn’t do it myself, as I’m a very independent person and I prefer to find my own information or solutions. But yes, I can see an advice service being valuable to others.

  • Georgeta Popoiu
    Why not ? First and always offer advice from parents, friends, colleagues, but also from strangers, but sometimes thanked and gifts, money, out of gratitude, why not be a business out of it? There are sites like this.
  • Stunningnail
    That’s @ruby3881’s answer to the question, @ladygeorgeta. Let’s respect it.
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There’s a website called Fivver that sounds exactly like that. Also yes to your question because think about how many people talk to therapists? I think a lot of times people just want an unbiased opinion on a situation.

  • Stunningnail
    I just made a research about this site. You are correct. They sell services. You can also sell products. Thank you for the information, @bellatricks! Much appreciated. ?
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