Pre-heads up: Check out my answer to Gut Check: Getting paid less than the value of the result you get your client? Try this instead.
You know it’s always fun to look back and see what’s been accomplished…
I think looking back, in the form of an audit or review, is a fun way to kick off planning for the future.
It allows you to take a look at what’s possible and at what’s ahead.
Recently, I had an opportunity to watch a few new client testimonials.
(I’ll share those new client stories soon!)
One client (she hadn’t mentioned this in our recent conversations) talked about how she figured out passive income was possible for her…
She needed some downtime. And, instead of shutting things down, she continued to let things run and made sales while she was away.
Then… she’s continued to make passive income each month after her discovery.
What a gift to be able to serve your clients and supplement your income in this way.
Of course, for many of us, it’s a choice to serve clients…to help them make shifts and life transformations.
My guess is we know we could just show up do bare the minimum to make ends meet and go home…
But that’s not what we’ve chosen. We want to serve our clients deeply, purposely. We want to do our best work.
So… Are you charging your clients for the value of the result you provide? (Are you charging in a way that allows you to do your best work?)
For many of us, it’s a stark reality that getting paid less than the value of the result we get our client is “normal“
But we know that’s not where we want to hang out. We want the best for ourselves, for our clients, for our business bottom line.
We want to serve. We want to live well. We want to actually be the best we can be…
This image is from Shalom Mwenesi’s Unsplash collection.
What I see is an opportunity to choose the alternative.
…to get paid for the results you provide your clients.
I have some more thoughts on this and how you can get started.
Check out my answer to: Gut Check: Getting paid less than the value of the result you get your client? Try this instead.
To Value-Based Results!