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#010: How to Find Customers That Will Pay Your High Prices (Part 2)

Part 1 was all about how to determine what price you should be charging. 

Part 2 is about the strategy you need to find customers willing to pay your high prices.

Part 3 will be about how to raise your prices the right way so you don’t lose customers.

You’re a business.

You need to cover your farm costs so you can stay in business.

Providing your community with eggs, meat, fresh flowers, produce requires you to make money.

Now I know this seems obvious but you’d be surprised how many farmers treat their farm as a hobby.

An expensive hobby that their full-time job pays for, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

You have options when it comes to making your farm profitable and the first thing I teach is how to find customers willing to pay your prices then how to price your products for profit.

Listen in to learn:

  • The marketing secret that will change the way you think of your pricing forever
  • How to repel price shoppers and attract those who think your products are priceless
  • How to feel confident in your prices (instead of feeling guilty!)
  • The most important info to have on your website to attract the right customers

So if you want to know how to find customers willing to pay your high prices, this episode is for you.

In today’s episode of the Profitable Mindset Podcast, we talk about how to find the right people willing to pay your higher than average prices.

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  • Serena July 25, 2019, 2:19 pm

    Something I learned in my counseling career was to never ask why. “Why” is not an opening up question. Why did you kick that ball? vs. What made you kick that ball? “What” allows a person to explain without being defensive or feeling like there is a right answer. Hard to get in the habit, but it really helps.

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