Back in 2017, I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with the ladies at Women, Work and Worth Podcast by Mavenly + Co. to talk all about pricing your work for profit. And let me tell you, this podcast episode is still one of my favorites to date.
For those who’ve been around here for a while, you know that my favorite topic of conversation is based around money. But for those of you who may be new, you might be wondering:
As a former Fortune 100 financial advisor turned business consultant for creative entrepreneurs, I’m on a mission to bridge the gap between the world of money and creative entrepreneurship so you can feel confident in your finances, clarity in your direction, and freedom to go on creating just as long as your heart desires!
My belief is simple: Business doesn’t have to mean hustle and client-work grind ‘til midnight. It doesn’t have to mean skipping paydays. It can mean margin, and it can mean rest.
From women starting their own business, taking a side-hustle full time or even simply doing something they love as a hobby, chances are you have to think about money, how to price your services effectively and how to do it all in order to actually make a profit.
Yet, we often avoid the conversation of money altogether. So today, I’m sharing with you one of my favorite podcast features digging into the nitty gritty of why pricing yourself for profit is the number one most important thing you can do in your business.
In this podcast feature I’m excited to discuss how to gain a better understanding of money in your business, what you should consider when pricing your work, and an overview of the must-know numbers for your business. We dive into the importance of money-mindset, identifying your money personality, and how to set expectations for your clients.
If you are excited about starting something of your own, but the idea of money management seriously scares you, then this podcast episode is a must listen.
If you’ve ever struggled with making a profit or dread the upcoming tax season for fear of what you’ll learn about your profit, then this episode is for you.
If you need confidence and clarity around your business finances that you’ve never had before, then this episode is for you.
Let’s dive in shall we?
Did this episode give you all the feels and help you understand that knowing more about your money is crucial to running your business? Then I’ve got something special for you.
If you feel like everyone and their Instagram accounts are telling you to “to this”, “buy that” and add just this one more thing to your already exploding to-do list there is another way, I promise you.
The good news is, babe, you are not alone! So many other creative entrepreneurs are right where you are. Doing the everyday hustle. Needing to understand their pricing for profit and getting off this hamster wheel.
That’s exactly why I built my company, just for you friend. And I’d love to dive into the mess with you and give you a helping hand.
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ABOUT WOMEN, WORK AND WORTH PODCAST BY MAVENLY + CO. :
The Mavenly + Co.’s Women, Work and Worth podcast is a place where we have honest conversations about designing a career and lifestyle with purpose. This podcast is for any woman wanting to navigate her life with intention and meaning.
January 24, 2019
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Hi! I was redirected here through the Playbook and could love to be able to listen to this podcast. The link doesn’t seem to exist anymore though. Is there another place with this information?
Sarah! Darn! Thanks for catching this … it appears the podcast was discontinued in 2019 so the audio links no longer work. Bummer! We are looking to see if we can find the recording somewhere but as of now looks like this one is a dud. I think this podcast cover a lot of the same material : https://shannaskidmore.com/the-creative-legacy-podcast-feature-our-relationship-with-money/