Straight truth, okay?
Becoming a high-earning coach means releasing any people pleasing that’s trying to sabotage your pricing.
Coaches at every stage have to watch out for this because society teaches women to please, rather than to stand in their feminine power.
There’s an upside to getting this handled now, which is, you enjoying a drama-free zone around money (amen, sister!).
And having a coaching business that is joyfully profitable.
It’s all about owning your worth. And doing it in a way that honors your feminine energy.
First step is to stop apologizing for what you’re charging.
That includes even having ‘that tone’ of apology or uncertainty in your voice when you talk about your fees.
It’s not worthy of you!
So how do you stop apologizing for what you’re charging?
Grab your journal because here are 3 of my favorite self-coaching questions so you can shift from apology into claiming your worth:
1. Are my fees representing the value clients receive from my coaching – their results and their experience, or are they representing fear?
Charging more is my favorite catalyst for getting crystal clear about the transformation you coach your clients to achieve. Fear doesn’t do that.
2. What do I want my fees to say about me?
Spend some time with this question! Your coaching fees make a statement and are a powerful positioning tool for you to attract amazing, high achieving clients.
3. Who do I want to attract with my fees?
Setting your fees to low is a turn off for ambitious, motivated clients who love to show up, own their results and do the work.
One of the joys of running your own coaching business is that you get to be your own boss.
That also means Bossing UP and owning all the value, results and transformation that gets to happen for your clients.
You’ve got this!