Don’t Sell Yourself Short… Watch This
When I ask a group, “Who likes to sell?” a few hands go up.
When I ask, “Who likes to be sold?” fewer hands go up.
When I ask, “Are you selling yourself short?” almost every hand goes up.
Do you see a pattern?
If you don’t like to sell and you don’t like to be sold, you are probably selling yourself short.
If you don’t ask for what you want, you will settle for what the job pays.
Instead of being compensated for real value, you’ll accept being paid only for time.
Getting paid for time is fine.
We all trade time for money.
The trick is to trade yours for the most you can.
If you don’t sell yourself for all you’re worth, others will try to pay you as little as possible.
Are you selling yourself short?
You can change your game today.
Barbara Sher says…
“It’s only too late if you don’t start now.”
So start now.
Don’t sell yourself short again.
You’re a player.
You CAN change the game.
I’ll meet you on the field.
Mitch, CEO – Chief Encouragement Officer
Stop Selling Yourself Short
P/S ~ If you’re not selling yourself short, watch this anyway.
You’ll see how you can play at the top of your game for the rest of your life.
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