4 Things Keeping You From Your 6-Figure Income
Today we’re talking about money and reaching that elusive goal of a six-figure income. I really believe that everyone has the potential to be making $100k per year (or more.) However, a lot of us just can’t seem to reach that threshold. Today I’m going to give you four tips on how you can reach that goal.
1. Raise your rates
If you’re setting your rates based on your previous agency or full-time salary, then you’re not charging enough. If you’re providing a premium service to your customers, your rates should reflect that. Be confident in your abilities and people will pay your rates.
2. Don’t put your prices online
When you put your prices online you’re automatically leaving money on the table and boxing yourself in. If you put your prices online, you’re unable to give your clients customized services and loosing the ability to create a premium “feel”, which ultimately costs you money. If your prices are already online, take them down!
3. Don’t ignore the bottom line
Clients are what bring you income. Not your brand identity, not your fancy website, but your clients. It’s easy to get caught up in branding, but you have to remember that you are your brand. Spending too much time on your logo or website will ultimately take away from time spent on business development, marketing, and the things that make you money.
4. Make business development a priority
We’ve all been in a position where our plate is too full and potential clients fall off the map. Don’t let this happen! Make sure you keep an open line of communication with potential clients even if it means putting them on a waiting list. You do not want to loose their business!
“I think most of you are leaving hundreds of thousands of dollars on the table with your business and that hurts me for you. I want you to have all the money that you deserve and more!”
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- Be confident in your abilities and people will be more than happy to pay the rates you set for your projects.
- You cannot earn more in your business if you’re not making business development a top priority. You have to work on your business as much, if not more, than you work in you business.