The Bigger Paycheck Hidden in Your Business: Raise Your Damn Rates

Do you own a business?

Want bigger paychecks?

If so, try this: Write yourself bigger paychecks.

In other words, raise your rates.

Now, you may want to slap me for the cheeky advice ...

... but you really should slap yourself.

Here's why: The main thing standing between you and higher rates is ... YOU.

Not the economy. Not your competitors. Not the North Koreans.

It's you. YOU and your doubts are the only thing that keeps you from charging more for what you do.

That was the case with "D." She sells a service. She has lots of competition. And she had lots of doubts about raising her rates.

So we spoke on the phone for a 30-minute Marketing Multipliers Skull Session.

I got into her head. Cleaned out her doubts. And convinced her to just "test" higher rates for a week and see what happened.

So, what happened?

Hint: She sent me a box of cookies in the mail, along with a very nice thank-you note. Take a look ...

Raise your rates - happy client thanks me at Marketing Multipliers com
Her note reads, in part: "You suggested I raise my rates ... The next day I got 2 new clients at the higher rates you suggested. I can't thank you enough for giving me a raise!"

Moral: If you want to write yourself bigger paychecks, start by testing higher prices. The only thing standing between you and a pay raise are the doubts in your head.

One more thing ...

If you give Marketing Multipliers a try today, I'll give you a 30-minute Marketing Multipliers Skull Session by phone. You could be just 30 minutes away from charging more and finally getting paid what you're worth.

Conservatively, this is a $295 value. That's what I charge for 30 minutes on the phone. But it's yours at no cost. Gratis. El Freebo. Nothing. No charge. No fooling.

But only if you do it today, okay?

It's easy:

1) Try Marketing Multipliers for a buck here

2) Reply to your email receipt and ask for your free 30-minute Marketing Multipliers Skull Session by phone

Kevin Donlin

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