113: How to Charge What You’re Worth – Pricing Strategy from Business Coaching Collaborative
How much to charge for your time…
Almost every single practitioner I work with struggles with this.
In fact, over 80% of practitioners (this likely includes you) are undercharging. 🤯
When you’re working from a “practitioner mindset,” it’s easy to forget that you’re also the CEO.
You heard me right friend…you 👏 are 👏 the 👏 CEO 👏 of 👏 your 👏 business.
And that means it’s your job to nail the pricing strategy.
When deciding what to charge for your time and services, you have to hang up your practitioner hat and put on your CEO hat (it looks super snazzy on you by the way 💁).
Today I’m sharing exactly what I mean by this + how to do it.
I’ll give you the right questions to ask as the CEO (aka big boss) of your business. Questions that will help you figure out the sensible amount to be charging.
Because at the end of the day, a financially healthy business is not only going to benefit you – it’s going to help you better serve your patients, for the long-haul.
So let’s get to it!
- (0:56) Put on your CEO Hat & ask these pricing strategy questions
- (4:03) Here’s the problem with undercharging…‼️
- (6:17) Recite this phrase to gain the confidence you need
- (9:01) This is what I recommend you charge (at the very least!) 💲
- (9:29) The main question you need to ask yourself
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