Raise your prices
When you know you have something amazing to share with people -- if you're a coach, let's say -- then stay in that energy.
Stay in the energy of value.
Stay in the energy of being worthy.
Stay in the energy of confidence.
Too many coaches price their offers very, very low, thinking that that's the way to "get clients."
What you'll get: clients who don't value you OR what they've paid for.
Your pricing will bring people to you who share that same energy of value and confidence.
I've learned something interesting in all my years of having my own coaching people:
- When I price something high, some people buy.
- When I price something high, some people don't buy.
- When I price something low, some people buy.
- When I price something low, some people don't buy.
The moral of this story ...
You definitely need to raise your prices.
Ninety-nine percent of coaches are undervaluing what they can do, so I'm going to guess that includes you, too.
If something isn't selling, try raising the price. Often, that's what will help it to sell.
I've also found that selling something more expensive is often easier than selling something that's less expensive. Go figure.
I look at my pricing all the time and ask myself if it reflects the wealth that I bring to people: if it reflects the value I feel within myself.
If it doesn't, I raise the price.
CLAIM YOUR WORTH.
Raise your prices -- now, not later.