…and here’s a coupla reasons why.
1 – If you believed in what you sold, you’d have no problems asking for money for it.
If you had a problem, and I had a workable solution, I’d want you to get your hands on it.
That’s why I’ve no problems showing up here day after day. I use this stuff, and I know it helped me so I know it can help others.
2 – You’re hanging around freebie seekers.
Hang around a crowd that wants everything for free and see how long you last?
You’ll never be appreciated, and like parasites, they’ll suck the life out of you before moving on to the next victim.
Plus, it don’t pay the bills.
3 – You’re a hobbyist.
Nothing wrong with doing something as a hobby or a pastime, but doing it like a business means you need to take it up another notch.
So there are no days off. – There’s no ‘I’m not in the mood today’ days. – And there’s no hanging out on Facebook groups with other pretenders. You’re too busy for that.
…if you are a little cautious asking for money for what you do, you’ve got to ask yourself why’s that the case?
Your mechanic has no problem asking for it.
Your hairdresser has no problem asking for it.
Your local store has no problem asking for it.
If you can’t ask for it, then maybe that’s a sign that you need to get out of the game?
Because nothing is gonna change.
But when you put a price tag on what you do, you’ve just told yourself and the world that you value yourself and what you do.
So…what are you going to do next?