Have you ever struggled with how much to charge for your services or product? You question if you’re asking for too much or not enough, you want to hide your head in a hole when someone says “that’s too expensive,” but also strive to charge enough to make ends meet.
Boo boo this is one thing that allllll businesses struggle with. You are not alone.
I had the opportunity to connect with Ramit Sethi, author of the New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You to Be Rich. He's known for his unique blend of business, finance and psychology.
Are you ready for a confidence boost? *Think of this as that splash-of-water-across-your-face wake up call*
>> You are WORTH what you charge. <<
Your time, your ideas, your creativity, and your efforts are valuable. You have learned to be an expert in what you do, and only YOU can provide that special flair, that expert touch, and that care to what you do. You first need to believe and own it before anyone else will.
Ramit is going to walk you through how to set your prices for your business… it’s his proven technique to charge luxury prices y'all!
Regardless of what stage of business you're in, you will be taking notes in this interview. *I know I was.*
So are you ready to hang up your current mindset in regards to pricing and open your eyes to something you never even dreamed of? I can’t wait for you to hear this conversation. Click play >>HERE<< to dive on in!
Bio: Ramit Sethi, author of the New York Times best seller I Will Teach You To Be Rich, has become a financial guru to millions of readers in their twenties, thirties, and forties. He started his website, iwillteachyoutoberich.com, as a Stanford undergraduate in 2004, and now his team of dozens of employees build premium digital products about personal finance, entrepreneurship, psychology, careers, and personal development for topper formers. The IWT community includes 1 million monthly readers, 400,000 newsletter subscribers, and 35,000 premium customers. He has written about personal finance for The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, and been interviewed on dozens of media outlets including NPR, ABC News, and CNBC.