Crash Course On Pricing: Creating a Successful Business

Crash Course On PricingCrash Course On Pricing is the title of this post, but really it's about how to set up your business to WIN.

Especially if you are a consultant.

Jason Kanigan did a crash course on pricing.

Not many people are talking about this topic. It's easier to talk about closing, promotion, and reducing costs.

What's so special about Pricing?

Why a Crash Course On Pricing?

After the professional experience of two decades following college, and as a consultant in the past several with over 1500 unique businesses, it turns out that Price is the key to both financial and personal happiness in your business.

If you are:

  • starting a new business
  • frustrated and bored with the repetitious projects you've been getting
  • struggling to pay your bills, or never feel like you're getting ahead
  • worried the future is simply going to be more of the present
  • disappointed because you feel you're not being taken seriously by prospects

then you need to listen to this crash course on pricing.

This post won't be up forever. A high ticket training program is being developed from this material. Just because it's free at this time doesn't mean it's worthless. So absorb it now while you can.

The Crash Course On Pricing

Chris Green of Business Unleashed in the UK discovers Why You Should Charge More (Right Now)—click the link to be take to the podcast page to listen to it.

Follow the instructions of this crash course in pricing, separate price from the time you work, and it will change your life. Splitting your energy among many clients every month is exhausting. You can't get really good results for any of them. And the effort to find and sell to them all is far too great a requirement. You can't keep doing it. Imagine working with one to four clients a month, and getting paid more than you ever did before. You have all the time you need for recharging, learning, and fulfilling. Your life has truly changed.

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Business Unleashed Interviews Sales Trainer Jason Kanigan

Jason Kanigan Q&A with Business Unleashed

Jason Kanigan Q&A with Business UnleashedJason Kanigan gives us a bit of a role reversal today: instead of interviewing another expert, he's been interviewed by the UK's Business Unleashed.

This Q&A is all about starting your own business. So if you're a budding or aspiring entrepreneur, you'll definitely want to take note. Four critical issues new and even experienced entrepreneurs miss that could be hobbling your growth and ability are discussed.

About Business Unleashed and the Jason Kanigan Q&A

A resource for Creatives, Consultants and Coaches in running a profitable operation, Business Unleashed shares many of these text valuable Q&A pieces. Also, they release podcasts on important business topics such as:

  • Finding Your Niche.
  • Branding Yourself
  • Getting Clients
  • Getting Your Prices Right
  • Invoicing and Getting Paid (on time)
  • Selling Complimentary Services
  • Getting better clients
  • Delivering the work
  • Expanding / Outsourcing / Growing.

One very important idea I didn't go into depth about in the quick Q&A is having customers signed up before you start your business. Be clear about what it is you're going to offer; what problem you'll be solving for your target market. Sign some up. Get promises that they'll bring you on board as soon as you open your doors--or even better, a down payment commitment.

This is easier to accomplish than you are probably thinking. Remember, most people want to be helpful. If you can show them how you'll eliminate a problem in their world, and have it be a big relief to them, there's no reason why they wouldn't be interested in having you get started ASAP.

Starting your own business and making it profitable is straightforward. But most people rush in because they have the idea of delivering a product or service, without checking to see that it's something others actually want and will pay for. Finding out beforehand is an excellent way of validating your business idea.

Click here for the Q&A with Jason Kanigan

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