Imagine two stores sitting side-by-side in a popular shopping mall. One is your go-to shop for just about everything. They sell garden tools, candy bars, T-shirts, car parts and baby bottles. The other is more exclusive. In fact, the only thing they sell is chocolate. Belgian chocolate, Swiss
In every entrepreneur's life, there comes a time when you simply have to raise your rates. Maybe you’ve been in business for years without a pay increase. Maybe your skills have recently improved through a new training course or certification. Maybe you just want to attract a higher caliber of
It has happened to me several times. I’m pretty sure it has happened to every coach and service provider at one time or another too! After a lengthy discussion with your prospective client, you offer a proposal or contract, only to have your potential client respond with, “That sounds great, but
Want to know what keeps a lot of coaches and service providers from charging what they’re really worth? It’s that all-too-common belief that “I am not a salesperson.” Combine that with a healthy dose of “my clients won't pay that,” and you can see why it’s just easier to keep your rates low.
In my 40 Day Project - Your Passion, Your Purpose, Your Position, we are discussing the importance of having a positive attitude. Have you ever noticed a certain kind of radiance and aura surrounding people who are successful and doing well in their lives? It is a direct reflection of their positive
Do you have ideas coming at you from left and right, up and down, and side to side? It seems that every waking moment I'm thinking of a new product or service which leads to the thought of a cool domain name, which then leads to designing a new website, and what colors to use, what features to
Over the past month, I have heard an underlying common statement from coaching clients and friends. They say things like "I was doing better three years ago", or "I'm not used to struggling like this", or "I don't know what is wrong with me because...". Does this sound like you? Are you looking