Some things seem intangible. Especially things around personal development and emotional support. You may know that what you offer will make people feel better, but after that how do you quantify what it’s worth? For a long time, before I had the business skills to help people grow their business as well, I doubted the value of my
product. I thought if I couldn’t sell people something about getting more clients and making more money that it would be hard to value it beyond $1000.
Truth? Aside from the fact that I teach people how to get more clients and make more money (and have a bigger impact), once people sorted out all the stuff that was in the way and clarity about what they were meant to be doing and got centred in their own value and set boundaries and found their people and .....all the stuff I teach – this happened anyway.
First things first – consider if your potential clients doesn’t buy from/work with you OR anyone else? What will happen in their lives? If they’ll be OK and life keeps ticking along nicely to be honest they don’t have the need. But if you can see that they will continue to be unhappy or overweight or their relationship will break down or they will continue to hurt their children or live a life they have had enough of? Then they need what you have to offer and to be honest YOU could be the very person who can teach them/offer them what they need. YOUR version. They’ve been waiting for YOUR version because they are YOUR people.
So being clear on what it is that you have to offer and knowing deep inside you how valuable that is to your people is the starting point. Yes, we may want to make money, but for purposeful soul-based business (which is the kind of business I work with) it is actually driven by something much more valuable. And if you don’t offer you service or
your value you are denying people the opportunity to “get” what they need to move to the next level.
To the life they dream of x
Create more time to live, love and grow