• Samantha Hearne

Pricing Truths

This is a constant conversation and one I know is helpful to every woman claiming her power and building a future legacy.

1. Discounts, offers and cheaper rates dont always = more clients.

Think about your energy when lowering your prices, does it align and feel good or are you doing out of panic and fear? Think of long term reputation and buying behaviours. You dont want to build a sales culture in your audience where they just wait until you discount it to buy. Also discrediting the value.

2. You cant be responsible for anyone elses money story or blocks.

We all have our own relationship with money and if someone isnt ready yet, its not your job to convince or change. Its more powerful showing them whats possible when they do break free from the money blocks and what can happen on the other side.

Meeting someone where they are at doesnt allow them to rise up or you to stand in your power to invite change. (of course if it feels aligned run your business in a way that feels good) but on the whole, making it more affordable doesnt always mean they will then show up 110%.

They have to do the work around their relationship with money to ultimately stop these patterns occurring.

3. Valuing your time, energy, knowledge and experience is the most valuable thing you can do for yourself.

If you start creeping back in that soon enough youre doubting your abilities and questioning if you can do this.

Value yourself in this process too.

Thats a powerful energy to embrace.