80% of the solopreneurs I meet aren’t satisfied with what they are charging and subsequently receiving in exchange for their services. Why not raise your prices then, I ask. Here’s what’s interesting: They don’t raise their prices not because of anything they’ve heard from clients or prospects, but self-installed limits based on self-limiting beliefs.
Today, we’ll get rid of those.
2:18 Today’s Episode: Freelancers & Solopreneurs: How & When To Raise Your Prices
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4:11 Point I: Every time you gather proof that you are good at what you do, your price needs to get up
6:18 It is one thing to be good and it is one thing to provide proof that you are good
7:25 Point II: What to do when someone challenges you from raising your price
8:36 They are not paying for whatever it is they think they are getting from you, they are paying for the expertise that you have developed in order for them to ask you for the work
14:34 Point III: Freelancers & solopreneurs are suspecting that people only have a limited amount of money to pay them
15:29 There are people out there who will pay 10 times what you have been charging /accepting
16:03 You got to go to where these people are and get known
16:26 You are a salesperson, learn more at www.dreallday.com/sell
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