Value vs. Cost

You get what you pay for!

Do you want the back end or front end of the horse?

It really comes down to value.

When I first started my business, I wanted to get clients and I would do it for about anything, including nothing. Maybe there is some truth to that as you begin.

However, I learned that if you are competing on price with a client, the client really isn’t interested in value. They are just trying to check something off the list.

A high cost doesn’t guarantee value either, so you do have to be smart about your research.

I know that my experiences professionally and personally can bring value to any organization. It’s been a long journey to get to that point.

I’ve had a lot of mentors and coaches along the way. My inner circle has changed over time.

What I also know is that there are a lot of fakes out there.

As I’ve been working on my book with my publisher, I’ve conducted numerous interviews (actually conversations) and will continue to do so.

It is amazing what you can learn in a 30-minute conversation. One person I interviewed I worked in the same industry with for 6-1/2 years and learned more about them in a 30-minute conversation than during that entire time in the industry.

Those conversations can get you through the fake and find the real value.

Let me know if you want to chat! I welcome adding value to others.

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