Are you making CEO money or are you making hobby money?
If you are in high demand, signing every single client – ready to get an office space, hire more employees or put more money in your pocket – it’s probably time to raise your rates.
Look at how much you are pouring your soul into your business and how much you are taking home at the end of the year. Look at how much you are paying your staff, your freelancers, your lawyer, your insurance provider, your CPA – ALL the professional services that go into a truly well run business – business consultants, business strategists #allthepeople.
Are you making CEO money or are you making hobby money? Are you ready to raise your rates? Let’s talk business. Let’s talk interior design.
In this episode I cover…
- How to know when it’s time to raise your rates
- The beliefs holding you back from increasing your pricing
- You’re ready to increase your rates, but how do you do it?
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