I don’t know about you, but I tend to have lots of business ideas.
In fact, many more than I have the time -or the energy- for.
It’s great, don’t get me wrong. It makes running a business much more juicy and fun. It’s pure creativity at its best. But it also has a downside: It’s really difficult to choose which idea to act upon. Agree?
50 years. We’ve never seen anything like this in 50 years. One has to go back to 1971 to find any records of a snowfall like this one. And still, it didn’t create half of the chaos this one has.
So I’m stuck at home again.
For almost 48 hours, one of the biggest blizzards in history hit Central Spain: leaving not just the city of Madrid but the whole state, with a 2-feet, crispy cold layer of snow. And paralyzed it completely for days.
Do you find it hard to charge for your services? Do you find it hard to talk about money with your clients? or Are you uncomfortable receiving money in exchange for your work?
In this interview with Liesel Teversham you’ll learn:
* The 3 principles of why we struggle with money. * How our sensibility influences our relationship with our clients and charging for money. * The role of conflict and our way of dealing with it as sensitive people * Why understanding our strengths is so helpful. * A tapping sequence to release the fear of charging for our work.
(And in case you prefer to read, here you have the main takeaways from this interview)