What is your story?
We all have a story, a past story, present story and a future story.
Each part of our story makes up who we are and who we will be. Parts of our story may be terrible, not so great, good and amazing.
If you were to think of your life like a book as you flip through the pages of your life, there are array of emotions, actions and circumstances we have experienced. Laughter, tears, sadness, power, strength, anger, regret, and so much more. Each circumstance provides you with an opportunity to learn and experience something that will support you in your choices and growth.
You get to decide if your experiences with help you grow, love, and succeed OR, hold you back, hate, and regret.
Think about when you are on the last page of your story book, what will it say about you? What impact will you have made?
Pricing? No one wants to talk about it, but it actually can be a lot of fun.
Identifying your value and the value you are offering is actually easier than it sounds if you take the time to think about it.
It’s deciding what people will pay for what you are offering and your knowledge. You need to be clear on the value you are providing to your clients and the impact that value will have on their future success.
If you are just starting out, you are probably too timid to charge what you are worth. You are either not sure or do not believe completely in what you offer.
As business owners I am sure we have all had times in our life where we did not 100% believe in ourselves and the value we offered. I have been there. The more I coached the more I realized how serious of a problem it is.
During my own business journey, I found a way to clearly understand what I offered and the value I brought to the table, so I could identify how much to charge for my services and...
I love hanging out with my kids because they are always teaching me lessons and allowing me to see the results of my reactions. When my eldest daughter was 4 she was always pushing the limits and has been doing so since she was two years old. It’s her job.
When I was pregnant with my second daughter I had to go shopping for a pair of open back shoes as my feet were swelling and I could not fit into anything. I brought my eldest daughter with me who was 2 ½ years old at the time. She found these shoe horns and space pads under the seat I was sitting on. She pulled some out and was playing with them when she then looked at me and said “Mommy can I have these?”. I automatically said “no they belong to the store and they are not for us to take”. She looked right at me and said I can ask. I was just about to say no again and something reminded me about a training I took a while back that in life...