You’ve worked hard and created a business that’s closed some deals, but you still struggle to sell at a higher price point (which you absolutely deserve) that would keep your business thriving. It probably seems like the only way to make more money is to give more of your precious time away.
And you wonder, “Is getting to the next level really worth the sacrifice?”
You are not alone.
I encounter business owners every day who feel the exact same way.
Chances are, having left corporate life behind, you honed in on your expertise and passion to become an entrepreneur. Your goal was for this passion to help you quickly build a business that supports itself and your lifestyle.
But your sales pitch feels awkward. You struggle to connect the dots from your prospective client’s problem to the solutions you offer without your “pitch” feeling choppy. Even though you know your business provides tremendous value.
The cookie cutter feeling creeps in when describing your business because you don’t have the captivating language that would make you a “must have.”
Preparing your proposal beforehand seems overwhelming, so you often feel like you’re winging it.
Your prices stay stuck because you lack confidence to ask for what you’re really worth. Insecurity and fear rule the call, instead of asking for what you deserve.
It’s not your fault.
Problem is, today’s entrepreneur is required to not only be an expert, but to also understand sales, marketing, finance, and operations.
Quite simply, it’s exhausting.
The truth is, only 10% of the population is naturally good at selling.
Without strong sales, your business turns into a hobby. You’ve worked too hard for that.
Getting to the next level doesn’t have to take as much sacrifice as you think.
I promise you.