The Live Authentic Business Revolution Q&A Wrap Up

Today was the final call in the Authentic Business Revolution telesummit. I hosted a live Q&A call where YOU got to ask your burning questions about creating an authentic business doing something you love. The following is a wrap up of some of the information I shared with you on the call. To hear all the amazing information and tips, be sure to sign up for the summit (it’s free). The recording will be available for 24 hours.

Yesterday was the final day of the Authentic Business Revolution telesummit! Wow—what an amazing experience is was. So much life-changing information was shared thr0ughout the entire program. I’d love to know what you found to be the most valuable information, so please share in the comments below.

I love to coach people on working through whatever holds them back from reaching their true potential. So today I held a live Q&A call so you had a chance to ask your own juicy questions.

We had so many people on the call, it was amazing, and some great questions were asked. Here’s a wrap up of some of the questions with my responses:

I want to raise my rates, but I’m worried people won’t be able to pay me what I want. What should I do?

This was a great question and something I hear from my clients too. What I always tell them is the financial situations of your clients or potential clients are none of your business.

You would be doing people a disservice not to offer up your unique gifts and talents because what you have is valuable. That’s what you should focus on.

Don’t worry about peoples’ income situations. If someone finds what you’re offering valuable enough they will find a way to pay what you’re asking.

When people say “no” it’s usually has nothing to do with money. There’s usually something else under the surface, like fear.

That’s why I always teach my clients to shift the way they talk so they put out an energy of love into the Universe and are empowered when they speak.

For example, instead of saying, “I don’t have the money to do that,” say: “I’m choosing not to invest in this right now.”

It makes a huge difference!

So if you want to raise your rates, you should first start by making sure what you’re offering is valuable enough. You do that by asking your current clients what results they’re getting from you.

Remember, it won’t always be “making more money” that people get from you. It will most likely be a non-monetary thing, like they feel less stressed out all the time or they’re finally eating well again, etc.

Non-monetary things are  just as valuable as helping someone earn more money is.

If there happens to be someone who’s really committed, but can’t afford your higher rates, you can always gift them a scholarship under the premise that they remain committed and work through the entire program. Once they’re done, use them as a case study or ask for feedback at the very least.

It’s important to get paid for what you offer, however. Not just because it shows you that you’re valuable, but also because people value things more when they pay good money for them. If your rates are too low, people may think what you’re offering is not valuable at all.

That’s just how human psychology works.

Some other questions that were asked on the call included:

How do you stop trying to please everyone? How do you stop worrying about what everyone else thinks?

I’ve finally stepped up publicly and claimed my mission and purpose, but now I need to put together a team to support me. How should I go about doing that?

What’s your top tip for meeting potential clients in person?

And more…

To hear all the questions asked and my responses, be sure to listen to the replay. It’s free for the next 24 hours, and then you can get an MP3 recording of it plus a whole lot more by upgrading to a Gold or Silver pass.