Do You Value What Your Business Produces So Little That You Want To Be The Cheapest In Your MarketPlace?

I often find that the business owner is often the key driver of the price. Perhaps there are some self-belief issues that keep your prices low because you don’t believe you deserve more.

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Written by Sian Phillips
622 days ago

I love this post and will be saving it to refer back to to remind myself. It is something I would advise to my clients but haven't taken onboard myself. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



Written by spinlessplates
622 days ago

Thanks for reading and your comment.

Many business owners forget that you can have fewer clients but still generate the same profits.

This frees up time to find more higher profit customers.



Written by bigmoneyweb
622 days ago

Everyone wants to attract more customers. But I think it’s

even more important to set your sights on attracting more

high-paying customers. high paying customers understand the value

you offer and are willing to pay you more than average clients

will. thanks for sharing



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