The first question to ask yourself is, Do I feel that I deserve to earn a lot of money? I can honestly tell you that the people I know who make a lot of money absolutely, unequivocally, without a doubt feel that they deserve it.
If you don’t believe you deserve to earn money, you must raise what I call your deserving level and lower your excuses level. By “excuses level,” I mean all your excuses about why you can’t earn money or haven’t earned money. It’s time to stop telling yourself that you aren’t smart enough or good enough or that you don’t know enough and you start putting a value on yourself. If you don’t value yourself, money will never, ever be attracted to you. You will repel it as fast as you can imagine it, and others will not value you, either.
I have personally invested over half a million dollars in my education in the last twenty-five years. I’ve hired consultants, read books, and traveled all over the world to educate myself about making and keeping money, the laws of the universe, the brain, and more. I’ve spent an inordinate amount of money to become outstanding, so I put a lot of value on my time: I value it at fifteen hundred dollars per hour. Some people might say that’s absolutely ridiculous. I say, “Well, I’ve made more than that.” I’ve made from fifty thousand to a hundred and fifty thousand dollars in one hour of speaking, so obviously somebody somewhere believes that my time is worth that amount.
In our universe, money has something we call species recognition. The term simply means that people who value your information, product, and services will pay greatly for them if they are worth it to them.
Do you know what value your products or services have to offer to your ideal clients?
This article is written by John Assaraf from OneCoach team!