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HOW TO PRICE A SERVICE OR PRODUCT AS AN ARTIST, ENTREPRENEUR, OR BUSINESS OWNER



Entrepreneurs and business owners often feel a lot of fear, uncertainty, and confusion around setting a price for their offer. This episode not only addresses the feelings we have around money, but it's also packed with practical action steps to help you determine your unique price based on your expenses, needs (and wants!), and the value you provide. Whether you have a product-based business, or you're a service provider, this information will help you select a starting point, ensure you're not undercharging or undervaluing your work, and level your sh*t up.


Listen to the episode here.

This episode of The E-ficionado Podcast includes:


- A worksheet with prompts and exercises to help you gather your thoughts around this topic, get organized, and craft your unique action steps can be found here: delaniefischer.com.


- A discussion between Business Simplicity Coach, Delanie Fischer, and her Operations Manager, Kris Hillberg, about their past feelings and beliefs about money, what they feel formed those beliefs, and how they feel and approach money and finances now. They also describe the moments where they stopped trading time for money, and started exchanging value for money instead.


- 9 tips for selecting your price for the products or services you offer so you can compensate yourself well, feel confident about the value you provide, and attract your ideal clients and customers.


If you're a service provider who would like to apply for a comped 15 minute Business Solution Call with Delanie to discuss a minimalist approach to your offer, marketing, and operations for increased revenue, client results, and free time click here.


To get the worksheet that corresponds with each episode of The E-ficionado Podcast, other gifts and resources, and for info about Delanie's 1-1 Business Simplicity Coaching Program for high-performing service providers visit delaniefischer.com. Credits: Cover art by Patrick Nicely Photo by Tillah Freckleton


Find the transcript for the episode here.