Do you work hours for dollars?

Do you work hours for dollars?

In other words, do you get paid on an hourly basis?
If you’re like 90% of small business owners you do. So, the question becomes:
Do you want to stay working on an hourly rate?
OR
Do you want to operate a business that runs by itself?
If you choose the latter, then, in my opinion, you have no other choice but to attend our No BS Marketing Meeting in two weeks on Tuesday, January 26th – where we’ll show you how to leverage people and processes to create a business that runs by itself.
If you choose the former and want to continue getting paid on an hourly basis, then you’re probably more interested in “How to INCREASE Your Hourly Rate”.
Since Weston and I are proud and honored to provide you the best business and marketing information possible, we’re going to focus the next few emails on how you can immediately increase your hourly rate.
That way, you can grow your business this year no matter what. However, I have to tell you, this info paired with the info we’ll be sharing at this month’s meeting is the ultimate money-making machine. Just saying…
Anyway. Let’s start today with…
 
#1: JUST DO IT!
Listen, for the most part, what we charge is in our own head. Sure, there’s only so much the market will bear. However, it’s typically a lot higher than you think.
If you provide a product or service (P/S) that solves your target market’s pain – and you know how to position yourself and your P/S – there’s almost no limit to what you can charge certain markets.
[Read that again. There are four important points you should NOT miss.]
Ok. The bottom line is this: If you want to increase your hourly rate…just do it.
Not comfortable just walking out on blind faith and raising your rates?
That’s fair.
Instead try this:
Over the next 2 weeks ask prospects for a little more money than you have been.
See what happens.
You don’t have to get crazy. Just charge 5-10% more and see what the results are.
I’m willing to bet no one flinches and you increase your profits overnight.
But don’t take my word for it. Test it out and let me know what happens.
Have a great weekend and talk to you Tuesday about another way to increase your hourly rate 🙂
Becky

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