It’s all about experience.
A better experience costs more money.
And it should.
If it was cheaper, then it wouldn’t have taken as much work to develop.
If it was cheaper, it wouldn’t be as valuable.
It’s because value and cost have a direct correlation.
So if you want more money, then create a better experience. For this is what all of us are looking for. We are looking for an experience that no one else has had. We, the purchasers, want to be pampered. We want to feel like we are getting a bargain. Even if the experience you are offering costs more than others we can tell if you put in the extra effort.
So make us a bargain compared to what you are asking in return.
Just follow this mindset;
“You always get paid for how hard you work; sometimes now, often times later – always eventually.” Rory Vaden
Yesterday I seen a bum/pan handler with an interesting sign.
It just had one statement written, “Walk a day in my shoes.”
I can tell you, it wasn’t a good sales proposition. I didn’t see a single person give him their “spare change.”
Here’s my interesting view point on his explanation of why he is where he is. He could have been brainwashed into believing that he is a victim of his circumstances.
I do it. I’ve done it.
I can personally guarantee that if you control the things you can control the shoes you wear will be better. I have a surefire money making scheme for him. It’s known as work. It works every time, that’s why it’s called work.
So as we head into the weekend, remember you’re in control of the things you can control.
You get to decide.
Do one thing each and everyday that leads you in the direction you want to go. To give you the outcome you want.
We can call these “things” seeds.
Plant a seed everyday.
Then we will see the harvest in the future.