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
No more ROI: The real way to sell high-priced packages. Educators, health & well-being practitioners and other 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
It’s happened to every service provider at one time or another—probably more than once. You offer a proposal or contract, only to have your potential client respond with, “That sounds great, but I can’t afford it.” What do you do? For a lot of service-based businesses, the first response is to lower their rate. After all, they reason, the client really does need my help. Plus, it’s good karma, and they’ll talk about me with their friends, and refer business to me later.