Air Date: June 16th @ 10:20 pm
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth wishes upon you financial abundance. To assist your efforts in manifesting this, we feature an interview with Ms. Carrie Green, Author & Business Coach. Ms. Green spent 15 years working on Wall Street and ten years working at the New York Stock Exchange. We will focus on Ms. Green’s book “Because You’re Worth It: How to Make More Money by Charging More Money.”
The rate you charge clients is a statement of what you think you are worth—and it’s likely a lot less than your true value. In this book, you’ll learn about the V.A.L.U.E. Formula for recognizing and owning your value: the Vision of where you see yourself going, the Actions you take to get there, what you’ve Learned, what makes you Unique, and knowing when to say Enough. When you understand your V.A.L.U.E., you focus on what really matters to you in both your business and your life. Your sales conversations become much easier. You can confidently charge more (and get it). By embracing your V.A.L.U.E. you will make more money, have more fun, and be happier.
Carrie herself has her own roots in Wall Street where she spent many of her working years until 9/11 happened. The experience itself made a huge impact on her as she experienced it all from her office in New Jersey. She remembers people coming from lower Manhattan into on boats or whatever other method they could. She remembers everyone helping survivors to access water and telephones. Carrie realized what she wanted to do with her life is to truly touch and impact people the way she did on 9/11. It helped her to realize how much she valued being home with family more. At that point, she couldn’t fathom getting another job on Wall Street. It just didn’t have the meaning she was looking for.
Carrie GreenValue became her primary focused and she kept seeing how many of us undercharge our services so dramatically. People simply don’t see the Value they are bringing. Carrie advises her clients to take the time to understand the impact that you bring and take credit for it. Is it specifically measurable? Maybe not. However one way to “measure” it, is by having conversations with clients to understand it further from them. This about what your impact creates in terms of their own reach & how they feel about themselves as a result of your service.
“Every experience you have impacts the relationship you have with your client. It may not necessarily be part of your training but it is part of who you are- this adds value!” – Carrie Green.