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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Jason Kanigan Huffington Post Quote In Success Article

Jason Kanigan Huffington Post Quote

Jason Kanigan Huffington Post Quote In Lifestyle Fanatics Article

Sales On Fire president Jason Kanigan was quoted alongside 16 other business owners in the Huffington Post's
"17 Lifestyle Fanatics Share Their Secrets to Success".
The article comprises the outstanding advice of 17 entrepreneurs who said "Forget It" to corporate drone life, and their advice for jumping into ownership roles allowing them the lifestyle they desire.

Jeff Steinmann, author of How To Quit Working, developed this article. He has interviewed many startup owners on his podcast show of the same name. For would-be entrepreneurs who are perhaps a little afraid to make that leap, Steinmann's book and show lay out a clear path and examples of how to accomplish a pain-free start to your own business.

Purpose of the Jason Kanigan Huffington Post Quote and Article

The goal of this article is more than just to share some quotes from startup business owners. Many people say they aren't happy. The work they do is a significant factor in this rating, and by identifying and pursuing a role and results they find meaningful, they are more likely to have a rewarding experience emotionally, financially and in other areas of their lives.

If you are considering the leap from the cubicle to your own lifestyle business, where you choose when you work, who you work with, and how much you earn, then this is a must-read article! With these quotes as inspiration and Jeff Steinmann's book as your roadmap to sensible and smart business building, you will make the transition comfortably and competently. It's easy to say, "I want to start my own business," or "You should start your own business," but the realities of doing so can be intimidating. The fact is, however, that you can proceed in a way that doesn't jeopardize your financial health, relationships or comfort level--if you know the path to take.

The quotes provided by these entrepreneurs who may have been there before you, plus the wisdom in Jeff's book How To Quit Working, will get you there.

Click here to view the Jason Kanigan Huffington Post quote and full article with slider information of all the entrepreneurs.

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