Shortchanging Yourself on the Road to Success

Shortchanging-Yourself

Too often consultants make poor decisions when it comes to growing their business and becoming more successful.

Society pounds us with sayings like “every dollar counts.”

Your decision should always be based on value. What is going to help you to get where you want to go as quickly and effectively as possible.

And it’s true, it does.

Yet this saying is dangerous when it comes to investing in your personal development, business and success.

This saying pushes us to the lowest dollar option. To the cheaper solution.

Let’s say you’re thinking of improving your skills in a specific area this year. You find two programs that can help you. One is for $500 and the other is for $750.

That’s a $250 difference. Does it matter?

It shouldn’t! Your decision shouldn’t come down to a difference of $250, or even $500 or $1000.

Your decision should always be based on value. What is going to help you to get where you want to go as quickly and effectively as possible.

That’s it.

If you really can’t spare the extra money you clearly need more clients, and to get more clients you need to improve your skills. You need to learn what’s missing in your arsenal that will allow you to increase your income.

This applies as much to your health as it does to your business.

Don’t shortchange yourself. You’re worth it.

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