Going into business is not easy.
One of those challenges is pricing.
Another is value
A third is audience.
In reverse order, we need to answer the questions: Who? What? and for How much?
What if you charge people differently depending on the value they get?
What if @baz said: "Brian, you're getting a ton of value on 200wordsaday, you show up every day, you make friends, you're writing has improved. That's going to be $100". For @brandonwilson - he's changing his whole diet and lifestyle. For @lucjah -- she's expressing herself and @5plus6 is having her reality questioned -- all different values.
Wouldn't it be like one person who sits at a restaurant and gets a bottle of wine and dessert with their meal compared to the student couple who come in and share a salad and eat the free bread sticks?
Many businesses charge like a Buffet. Show up, sit down, eat all you want.
But, pricing is more nuanced - or can be. We don't have to charge by the table ( to continue the restaurant analogy ), we can charge by the plate.
As I start RocketMonth - some of my clients will be on a diet and won't eat much. Others are working hard and need more calories, more attention, more value.
The value will be fluctuate. The price might as well.