Own Your Worth: How To Charge What You Deserve Instead Of Settling For What You Get

Own Your Worth: How To Charge What You Deserve Instead Of Settling For What You Get

Do you sometimes struggle with feelings of doubt and insecurity when it comes to pricing your services and sharing that pricing with customers? Do you ever get told your prices are too high? Do you find yourself caving in when someone requests a price reduction then getting frustrated with the outcome, or just getting frustrated by how hard it is to convince people what you’re really worth in the first place?

Us, too! The good news is there’s hope. Our carnies have been there and have plenty of experience when it comes to pricing and conveying the value of that price to customers. Come along and read what they have to say about this particular challenge, then share your challenges, too!

Sharon Hurley Hall of Get Paid to Write Online:
How to Get the Writing Pay You Deserve
@SHurleyHall
facebook.com/SharonHurleyHall

Melanie Kissell of Solo Mompreneur:
Pimp Your Pricing Or Be Prepared To Eat Crumbs
@melaniekissell
facebook.com/solomompreneur

Michelle Church of Virtually Distinguished:
Stepping Up With My Big Girl Panties On
@virtuallyassist
facebook.com/virtuallyassist

Ashley Welton of Miniskirt Ninja Media:
Get Intimate With Money {and Get Paid What You Want}
@miniskirtninja
facebook.com/miniskirtninja

Nick Armstrong of WTF Marketing:
Generation Y (Millennials) have a Branding Problem: Value
@WTFMarketing
plus.google.com/+Wtfmarketing

Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social:
How To Convince Cheap, Broke, Price-Shopping Customers To Pay What You’re Worth
@CarolLynnRivera
facebook.com/WebSearchSocial

Nicole Fende of The Numbers Whisperer®:
What will you learn in the cave on Dagobah
@NicoleAFende
facebook.com/SmallBizFinance

Sandy McDonald of Why You Must Blog:
The coach and the consultant
@theclanmaker
facebook.com/whyyoumustblog

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