Process of determining what a company will receive in exchange for its products
Today I tackle the age old question of which type of cooking is better…..Low & Slow, or Hot & Fast? Well, today we try to answer that question
Pricing is one of the biggest roadblocks that new and old coaches run into. Not knowing what to charge, and having mindset blocks around different price ranges. Along with not knowing whether to grandfather people, and when they want to increase their prices, or even how to increase their prices. That's what we are going to dive into in today's episode. These are just opinions and my thoughts, so take them for what they're worth, but I hope that they provide some questions or perspective on the topic. Maybe some affirmation of what you already knew in your gut. Premium pricing & Discounts How to use discounts but not devalue your offer - price higher, then cut I am talking about this topic from the perspective of someone in the health and fitness industry in the online space. Most coaches start off with some kind of one on one offer whether you are in the nutrition space, fitness, PT or something else. One on one is likely going to fall into premium pricing. It's a high touch offer, the demands time from you. In other words, it's active income, not passive. Which is more of a premium. I want you to be able to look at that objectively when deciding on your pricing. We don't want to just say that we are $500 a month because you pulled that number out of your asshole. I want you to lay out the deliverables of what it is that you offer, what value they are receiving and also what time it takes from you. I've said this 1 million times but you want to feel compensated for the work that you are doing otherwise you will end up resenting our clients. And that's just some thing that is silly and doesn't need to happen. So let's say that your offer is above $250 a month, or above $300 a month. You are in my opinion now into premium pricing. Again that is going to be very individual. Maybe you do one call per week, or no calls, but use Voxer to communicate with your clients. If you have taken my fitspro foundations course, you have all of this laid out in your final offer breakdown. There is messaging out there on both ends of the spectrum - be a gucci brand and never give discounts, and then the need to be accessible. Frankly you need to decide where your brand is going to sit in the market place. But I don't think you need to go fine yourself a box either. So let's talk about ways you can be premium and offer incentives and discounts. The slippery slope that can come with discounting your offer is the expectation for people to then just wait for the next discount. In turn, devaluing your offer. So, when launching, one approach we can take is to price your offer at the higher range of the value you've assigned it, and then discount it to a price still with your value buffer. So maybe you could charge $329 to $379. You list the price high and then discount it to a price you still feel good about. Another option is to ADD value for free vs cutting the price of your offer. Can you create something or add a call or service to make your offer even more desirable? Ideally this is a 1:many add on or something that DOES NOT require you in real time. For example, if they enroll in your coaching by x date, they get access to an excluding on demand training, or a group webinar for planning out their fitness goals this year. Discounts and promos can be inline with premium offering. That's my point. You can do both and feel compensated. I do not suggest heavily discounting your premium pricing. Or if you do, make it limited to the first month for instance. The last thing we want is a 6 month client paying $100 less per month than they should be. For those who are passionate about accessibility - I see you. Hear me out. Accessibility AND profitability require large client pools. So focus on creating profit and revenue FIRST, so that you can then scale and create something with a lower price point. Being accessible but not profitable is not a successful or rewarding BUSINESS plan.
When Agents Sell Their Own Homes - The Bonelli Files If you've ever wanted to pick Matt apart - and, honestly, who hasn't at one point or another - today is your lucky day as Matt's experience selling his primary home while working from home with two children and two dogs, goes under the microscope. As you will hear, despite the challenges, Matt was able to make the sale happen by following the Ninja Selling process, which includes using all the available tools and knowledge. This leads our hosts to discuss the importance of involving all decision makers in the process and emphasize the need to work as a team to ensure that everyone is on the same page. By using tools like Focus First and creating a task list to get the house ready for sale, homeowners can avoid creating turmoil and damaging their working relationships. Matt and Garrett's conversation revolves around three main themes: the importance of pre-listing inspections, the value of professional photography, and finding the right real estate agent. They emphasize the need to take care of all major repairs before the house goes on the market to avoid any issues that could deter potential buyers. Additionally, investing in high-quality photography can set a home apart from others on the market and help it sell quickly and at a great price. Finally, finding the right real estate agent can make all the difference in getting the best deal possible. In this very special episode, listeners are cordially invited to come for the public grilling of Matt and his home selling actions, and stay for the invaluable and practical tips for homeowners looking to sell their homes. More excellent insights can be yours by joining the community of almost 10,000 Ninjas who collaborate, ask and answer questions, network, and more in the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook. Leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA if you'd like to offer more direct feedback. Be sure to check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our fantastic coaches. Episode Highlights: The challenges of finding a new home Deciding whether to list the house while still living in it Following the Ninja Selling process The difficulties of selling a personal residence while being an expert in the field Having the right mindset throughout the process The impact of emotions on the decision-making process The importance of involving all decision makers in the process Using tools like Focus First Creating a task list to get the house ready for sale Some challenges of buying new construction Pre-listing inspections, professional photography, and finding the right real estate agent Making a home look like a show home Pricing a house in a changing real estate market The importance of being patient in a slower market Quotes: "It's funny when you're not only a home seller, but you're also a coach and an expert in this field and these internal voices that start to kind of come in at different times." "It's really about following a process and not cutting corners, and really just allowing things to happen." "As much as we think we can separate our emotions from the decision-making process, there's no way to separate it." "Having somebody there who can guide you through the process, who has your best interests in mind, who can take that emotion out of the equation, is invaluable." "It's really about having the right mindset and just keeping yourself focused on the end goal." "I had to keep reminding myself, listen, I control the process. I get to control some of the decisions, but all the owners also control the decisions." "We came up with a list, and we used the Reminders App on Apple to share a task list of all the things that we needed to do." "The photos that people take are really their first impression of that house when they get to see it online." "I think that's really where an agent can make a huge difference, is finding those people that are the right fit." "When you're pricing a property, if you price it down to wholesale, guess what? You pick up wholesale purchasers." "The decision-making process involved in selling a property requires careful consideration of the needs of the client, the state of the market, and the potential benefits and drawbacks of various negotiating tactics." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett firstname.lastname@example.org @ninjaredding Matt email@example.com @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Ninja Coaching Book Study
Mike and Jesse start by discussing the current positive trends surrounding the hobby and if it could be headed for another crash (4:43). Then, they talk about the WBC's impact on the market, especially when it comes to Shohei Ohtani (16:50). Later, they are joined by interns, Max Egenolf and Denton Pfeuffer, to talk about their perspective on the hobby (27:52). Finally, they answer your mailbag questions (52:42). Hosts: Mike Gioseffi and Jesse Gibson Guests: Max Egenolf and Denton Pfeuffer Associate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Part 2 of Behind the Biz is here! In this ep we've called in Alex - NH's Production and Logistics Manager. From juggling suppliers to meeting new challenges, she always finds a solution. Alex also shares insights on how to find and build relationships with good manufactures, perfecting products through the testing process, pricing, profit margins and so much more! If you've ever wondered EXACTLY what it takes to go from having an idea to getting the product physically in front of you ready to sell then this is the episode for you! Warning: We are *very* transparent in this ep. You can find Andrea here. Click here to find out more information about the Rise and Conquer Project, our 7 week self-development and manifesting course. Click here to find out more about Do It For Your Future Self, our 7-day Clarity and Goal Setting Course . If you are wanting to have your dilemma answered on the poddy, make sure you DM our poddy Instagram, click here. You can find our website here. You can join our Facebook group here. You can shop Naked Harvest here, use code RISEANDCONQUERPODCAST at checkout. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's episode is the follow up to our session pricing deep dive!Now that you've decided to offer session pricing, I will give you all the tea on how to roll out your new pricing and how to introduce it to your clients.(This can still help you out if you've decided to swap your pricing model, even if you didn't decide to go with session pricing!) Get 1 month FREE on your Business Phone # Streamline your business with user-friendly forms. Join Jotform here!
Hello, sunshines! In today's episode, I'm joined by D'Arcy Benincosa who is a GENIUS and sharing shifting your mindset with money. They shared personal experiences, tips on defining your version of wealth, language to avoid and develop, and mindset practices to implement in daily life and business. We also covered transitioning from low-budget to luxury weddings and the importance of language, mindset, and fostering relationships to succeed in the industry. I just know you will learn sooo much from this episode, so DM me and let me know what tip has helped you the most! ☀️Extras!☀️ Follow D'Arcy on Instagram Check out her The 7-Day Money Mindset Makeover for FREE! ☀️Time stamps☀️ Intro - 0:00
As a lawn care business owner, setting the right prices for your services can be a challenging task. In this episode, we discuss the key factors you should consider when determining your pricing strategy, including your overhead costs, labor expenses, and profit margins. We also explore different pricing models and strategies, such as flat-rate pricing, hourly rates, and value-based pricing. Additionally, we provide practical tips on how to ensure your pricing is competitive, while still allowing you to run a profitable business. Whether you're just starting out in the lawn care industry or looking to fine-tune your pricing strategy, this episode has everything you need to know to set prices that will help your business thrive. The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media Get Jobber The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible
The Fed is preparing to release its latest policy decision today, with a majority of interest rate traders betting on a quarter point hike despite the ongoing turmoil in the financial sector. NatWest Markets' Michelle Girard explains her expectations. Plus, lumber prices are well off peak-pandemic territory, but with housing supply short of demand, could we be in store for some more price pain? Sherwood Lumber CEO Kyle Little weighs in. And, top of mind for Wall Street is the Fed's balancing act between its fight against inflation and its response to the global banking crisis. The Glenview Trust Company's Bill Stone and CIC Wealth's Malcolm Ethridge discuss the impact on the markets.
In today's episode, I'm sharing with you why I believe that it's important to separate your personal worth and value from the pricing of your offers. In the online coaching space, we're often told to "charge your worth," however I believe this idea is problematic and the cause of a lot of the problems that we are seeing in the online coaching industry. Your personal worth and value are something that cannot be measured with dollar signs, how much you charge, or the number in your bank account. INSIGHTS:Why you should take your worth out of the pricing of your offersHow conflating the concepts of worth and pricing has lead to a lot of toxic patterns in the coaching industry High-ticket offers don't necessarily mean more value or bigger transformationThe use of luxury marketing to make offers appear more valuable What you should actually be considering when pricing your offersIf this episode resonates with you, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Take a screenshot, share it with your friends on social media, tag me (@iamrandilee), and let me know what your biggest takeaway was from this episode. I can't wait to connect with you.Become a Chart Reading Master! Enrollment Open Now Support the showConnect with Randi on Instagram and TikTok, learn how you can co-create magic together and Join Embodiment by Design: FREE community on Mighty Networks
In our third interview with Jarrett Harris, he fills us in on highlights from OTR's latest Used Heavy Equipment Report. Harris, who is director of Cyclicals Research at Off the Record, provides fresh insight on used equipment supply and pricing, auction outcomes from February, plus a first-hand report from his personal interviews at ARA's Rental Show last month. What kind of pricing correction is likely to occur in Q2 – Q3 of 2023? Is rental overtaking market share from used equipment purchasing? Is new equipment supply loosening and how is used supply affected? Find out what dealers, OEMs, and other channel players have been talking about as we explore the Q1 status and make educated guesses for the next couple of quarters. A visit with Harris never disappoints. Visit: https://www.iedagroup.com/
Beginner Mom Boss- Strategies to Start a Profitable Amazon Store or Etsy Shop
Come be a fly on the wall for this live strategy session with Cheska Nicole from the Do I have ADHD podcast. In this call, we talk offers, growth strategies, pricing, how to start a coaching business and so much more! Grab your pen and paper! This is a juicy episode! Xo, Juliana Let's do this! Xo, Juliana Join the Organic Marketing Simplified Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/organicmarketingsimplified Grab your FREE SEO Crash Course: https://forms.gle/xn3cbe2TsU5wYrk57 Wanna work together? I offer strategic coaching and podcast management! Email me firstname.lastname@example.org for more info www.julianabarbati.com
This is an Impact Pricing Blog published on February 15, 2023, turned into an audio podcast so you can listen on the go. Read Full Article Here: https://impactpricing.com/blog/amc-changes-pricing-finally/ If you have any feedback, definitely send it. You can reach us at email@example.com. Now, go make an impact. Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/
Product: All The Responsibility
Dan Balcauski, the product pricing guru (part 2) Dan's interview is excellent – and long. It's going to expand your mind on how to think about pricing – so much so, in fact, that I have to air the interview in two parts! And this is part 2. (Find part one at 134: Dan Balcauski Read More
We got a pretty relevant end of quarter topic for you on this one. Using pricing or incentives to increase deal velocity. Can you do this without sounding like a used car salesman? Hint: yes and no. We give you some tips on how to position pricing or a discount to get a deal closed, what part of your sales motion is the best time to try this and when it won't come off well to your buyer. Hope everyone crushes end of quarter and hope these tips help!Email us at email@example.com
The Digital Agency Show | Helping Agency Owners Transform Their Business Mindset to Increase Prices, Work Less, and Grow Prof
Blair Enns and David C. Baker are highly successful entrepreneurs and authors, as well as hosts of the podcast, 2 Bobs.
Elevated Visibility with Nina Gibson
In today's episode of Elevated Visibility, I have a very special guest and friend of mine, Jessica Smith. She is a mom of two, wife, coffee addict, podcast host, and Accountability Coach, who helps women create and maintain healthy habits within their fitness, nutrition, and overall well-being. Not to look a certain way but to feel amazing in their own skin.Both of us have memberships and we've realized that there are still those out there who don't know what monthly memberships are or their benefits. So, we're doing a deep dive into memberships in this episode.Tune in to discover all about memberships in general and, more specifically, about Jessica's THRIVE and my Visibility Co. Club, you'll even get an insider's perspective as we're part of each other's memberships.In this episode:Everything you need to know about THRIVE, The MembershipCreating accessibility and really making an impactStaying out of Facebook Groups is the way to goPricing the membershipEverything you need to know about Visibility Co. ClubThe importance of a well-balanced businessElevated Visibility: practical SEO, marketing, and soul-talk for female founders with zero bullshit + 100% compassion.Resources & LinksCheck out my episode on The Fit Life With Jessica Podcast: Growing into the REAL, true version of YOU...with Nina Gibson.FREE DOWNLOAD: simple, straightforward, actionable SEO tips you can start implementing today. Grab your SEO checklist at ninagibson.co/freebieReady to not just survive but THRIVE in your body with Jessica? Join THRIVE, The Membership here. The promo code is PODCAST, all caps.Want to learn how to work smarter, not harder in your business with Nina? Come join us at Visibility Co. Club, the digital marketing club for female entrepreneurs who are ready to scale their biz with expertise + community.Connect with JessicaJessica Smith is an Accountability Coach for Women who helps them ditch their shame, find balance in their wellness, & thrive in their own bodies.Instagram: @thefitlifewithjessicaPodcast: The Fit Life With JessicaWebsite: thefitlifewithjessica.comConnect with Nina Nina Gibson is a holistic SEO coach, search maven and corporate drop-out who is obsessed with helping female founders elevate their brand visibility with smart SEO. Instagram: @ninagibson.co Website: ninagibson.co
Dental Marketing Theory - A Podcast by Gary Bird
Supply Clinic founder Scott Drucker, DDS, talks with Gary about why a lack of transparency around dental pricing has led so many dentists to overpay for supplies, how smart dental groups approach procurement, and why his business steers clear of the gray market for dental supplies. Website: https://www.supplyclinic.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/supply-clinic-inc-/ Say hello to Scott! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-drucker-dmd-ms-88349451/ Visit our events page to discover all our upcoming events that you and your team don't want to miss! https://smcnational.com/events/
Chad Rubin is the Founder and CEO of Profasee, a dynamic pricing platform enabling brands to predict the optimum price for every product. He has built several successful companies, including Deep and Sassy, Think Crucial, and Skubana, which was acquired by 3PL Central. As a speaker and world-class Amazon expert, Chad gives presentations about ecommerce, SaaS, and Amazon at global conferences and webinars. He is also the co-author of the Amazon bestseller Cheaper Easier Direct. In this episode… Pricing on Amazon is becoming increasingly competitive, and given its complexities, brands often disregard this portion of their business. Yet product pricing affects profitability substantially, so establishing an exact price point is crucial to increase discovery on Amazon. So what's an ideal method for optimizing revenue? According to Chad Rubin, traditional, manual pricing models utilize if-then scenarios, allowing for human error and compromising lucrative opportunities. AI is an evolving tool that brands can leverage to develop a dynamic pricing framework that improves product detail pages and forecasts demand. AI models can recognize user inputs to make decisions that maximize revenue. Profasee is disrupting price algorithms on Amazon by leveraging AI pricing models to outperform the competition. Founder and CEO of Profasee, Chad Rubin, is interviewed by Joshua Chin on this episode of the eCommerce Profits Podcast about AI's role in dynamic pricing. Chad also discusses how brands can utilize dynamic pricing to generate profit, his thoughts about AI surpassing human intelligence, and advice for structuring pricing on Amazon and Shopify.
What could we do if we couldn't buy any more real estate? In our long awaited return to the airwaves, we debate a life-altering hypothetical. Would we even want to live in such a world? [00:06:37] Maximizing Distribution and Advertising for Direct Bookings (AtlanticCityVacationRentals.com) [00:10:21] Optimize Space [00:13:39] Stimulate Off-Peak Demand [00:17:25] Planning Unique Experiences for Workers and Special Events [00:28:02] Budgeting and Cost Controls [00:31:19] Grow PM Company [00:38:14] Maximizing Side Businesses [00:47:57] Using Occupancy and Pricing to Maximize Profit [00:50:55] Debt and Debt Management
Ditch the Classroom - for Teachers, Moms, and Women Who Want to Work from Home!
On this episode of the “ABCs of Becoming a Virtual Assistant” series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast, we're talking about how to set your prices as a new Virtual Assistant. Sign up for the free Virtual Assistant Workshop - https://ariannavernier.com/free-workshop Join Teacher Turned Virtual Assistant– https://teacherturnedvirtualassistant.com Grab my new book - “Teacher Turned…” – https://teacherturnedvirtualassistant.com/book Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom Check out today's show notes at https://ariannavernier.com/abcs-of-becoming-a-virtual-assistant-round-up-week-4
Live with The Pricing Lady, the Podcast
What are you doing when setting prices? You should be asking yourself a series of questions.Questions are so powerful. In fact you can completely change people's behavior simply by asking different questions. In this case we are looking at changing your behavior as you go about setting, getting and managing your prices. The previous episode we looked at 12 questions to ask yourself when price setting. Those were some of the more basic questions. If you haven't listened to that episode yet do so now.Why are these questions so important? Pricing is strategy and looking at it from different perspectives helps you to determine what is most suitable for your business. Just because two businesses are selling the same thing doesn't mean they will sell it at the same price. These questions I'm bringing to you in this and the previous episode will help you think through the strategy. Some of these questions are fairly obvious and others you'll wonder why bother. But they all play a role in your strategy.Do remember that Pricing in any business will be a different levels of maturity. So right now you may only consider the basics. Later on as you become more mature in your pricing you'll expand to include more things in you pricing strategy.In This Episode:In this episode, we are looking at 12 more questions to ask when setting prices. When I sat down to record that first episode I came up with way more than just 12, hence bringing you part two. And yes, there are even more than the 24 I've chosen for these episodes. But you have to start somewhere. This second series of questions goes deeper into the strategy around your business and pricing. Not all questions will apply to all businesses but most of them you will find useful in yours.I can even suggest as you listen to the two episodes you make a list of which questions you need to include in your thinking as you go about building your pricing strategy and price setting process.Podcast Highlights0:00 Intro1:48 Questions One to Three3:31 Questions Three to Six5:56 Questions Seven to Nine9:03 Questions Ten to Twelve10:54 Wrapping It UpEpisode Links:Grab a copy of my Self Assessment Pricing Scorecard.Get an introduction to the Value Pricing Model: https://thepricinglady.com/valuepricingmodel*********Reach Out, Connect or Book a Call with JaneneGet started improving your business. Sometimes it's difficult to know where to begin. I suggest you Download the the self assessment Pricing Scorecard (www.thepricinglady.com/pricing-scorecard). Get a view of what's working and what's not working when it comes to pricing in your business. Figure out where to start making improvements.Get in touch with Janene. If you've got a question that needs answering, a challenge you're facing or you have suggestions for future topics or guests, let me know. Contact Janene (https://thepricinglady.com/contact/)Transform your business and life. My business is about helping you build a better business. One that's profitable and where you can confidently charge for the value you deliver. Let's see how we can work together. Book a complimentary Discovery Call today! (www.thepricinglady.com/book-a-call)
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Have you raised your prices and now worry you might have gone too high? Maybe you have been losing customers left and right and think it might be your prices? Let's talk about what might have happened. _____________________
Griff Parry is the Founder and CEO of m3ter where he helps make it easy for SaaS companies to intelligently deploy and manage usage-based pricing. He's led AWS' go-to market strategy for games and gambling in EMEA, and his background includes entertainment at Sky TV and accounting at Ernst & Young. Griff was an extra in the movie “First Night” around 1993. In this episode, Griff shares the work that they do at m3ter in helping customers deploy and manage usage-based pricing. He also discusses common pricing challenges, especially on doing a price change, emphasizing the importance of agility and transformation. Why you have to checkout today's podcast: Understand the importance of having the agility to change pricing models quickly and in different situations, especially as to why pricing is not a one-and-done thing Discover how m3ter helps SaaS companies make it easy to deploy and manage usage-based pricing Find out in which circumstance usage-based pricing works best as you learn about different pricing philosophies “Particularly in these market conditions, I would suggest that you set yourself up so that you can customize pricing by customer, or do more of that. There is a lot of money you'll be leaving on the table if you have a one-size-fits-all pricing strategy.” – Griff Parry Topics Covered: 01:49 – How Griff got into pricing 03:05 – What m3ter aims to solve in relation to usage-based pricing 05:06 – Delivering agility to the customers (why pricing is not a one-and-done thing) 08:57 – How m3ter helps customers find the right pricing model for the right situation 11:30 – Circumstances wherein you'd want to use usage-based pricing 14:45 – Pricing is an exchange of value between you and your customers 16:09 – Bill for overage over cap vs. renegotiate next year (tips on do's and don'ts) 20:02 – Platform versus solution pricing (pricing philosophy of AWS and m3ter) 30:59 – Griff's pricing advice 33:05 – Connect with Griff Key Takeaways: “Pricing is complicated; it involves lots of people. You need to bring them together so that they can plan and deploy those changes.” – Griff Parry “Pricing is very definitely not one-and-done.” – Griff Parry “To work out what you want to price, you have to look at what's going on at the moment. You have to have ready access to data about what people are consuming and how they respond to pricing changes.” – Griff Parry “Pricing is an exchange of value between you and your customers. If they understand that they should pay more because they're using more or getting more value, that's fantastic; that's great for both parties.” – Griff Parry People / Resources Mentioned: m3ter: https://www.m3ter.com Connect with Griff Parry: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/griffinparry/ Connect with Mark Stiving: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/ Email: mailto:email@example.com
The Contractor Profit Advantage Podcast
Richard DiToma addresses the importance of having confidence in your prices so that you can have an opportunity to succeed in business.
Today's episode is going to be everything you could possibly need to know about session/package pricing! I personally use session pricing and I truly believe it is the best way to price your services. This episode will cover everything from my personal service menu to how you can figure out session pricing for yourself.Get 1 month FREE on your Business Phone # Streamline your business with user-friendly forms. Join Jotform here!
In this episode I talk about who I would induct into the tenth planet hall of fame, I also chat about people who can't afford a membership.
00:00 Amazon Seller Central Tutorial00:26 Exploring the Amazon Seller Central Dashboard03:37 Exploring the internal menus04:27 Add products menu06:00 Upload images and videos menu06:26 Manage product documents06:53 Inventory menu07:46 Other navigation options08:28 Pricing health10:25 Create MFC order10:42 Advertising menu11:23 Vine program12:39 Manage stores13:31 Exploring the Advertising menu14:37 Growth menu15:07 Reports menu15:36 Business reports16:23 Sales dashboard16:37 Performance menu18:43 Apps and services menu19:27 B2B menu19:37 Brands menuIn this video, we will take you through the entire process of setting up and navigating your Amazon Seller Central account. We will cover everything from creating your account, to adding products, managing inventory, and shipping orders.The video will start with an overview of the Amazon Seller Central dashboard and its various features. We will show you how to set up your seller profile and provide tips on how to optimize your listings to attract more customers.Next, we will walk you through the process of adding new products to your account. We will cover everything from product details to pricing, and how to optimize your product listings for maximum visibility.
EST. - For the Established Church with Micah Fries, Sam Rainer and Josh King
Born between 1965 and 1979, Gex X does not get the attention of the Boomers and Millennials. But this generation is important to the church. Josh and Sam talk about the reasons why they love Gen X church members. They don't complain, work hard, and tend to be laid back. They were also the first to embrace contemporary church models. Episode Sponsor: Are you tired of multiple applications for church check-in, giving, membership, and scheduling?Churchteams was built to bring together all your people and data under one umbrella with best-in-class quality features.Get value without compromise. Pricing is simple and based on the number of people in the database. This includes all the essential features so that you can grow into using more without having to pay more. Plans start at $37 per month for churches under 200 people. Get two months free at EST.church!
Urology Coding and Reimbursement Podcast
March 17, 2023Ray and Scott discuss a question that came into the PRS Community: When your coder and EMR disagree, what do you do? Join The Urology Coding Compliance and Education Network and get started today!Pricing and More Information The Thriving Urology Practice Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/ThrivingPractice Join the discussion:Urology Coding and Reimbursement Group - Join for free and ask your questions, and share your wisdom.Click Here to Start Your Free Trial of AUACodingToday.com
Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Dax Raad about building on serverless infrastructure, Next.js, and SST. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Show Notes 00:36 Welcome 01:05 Sponsor: Sentry 02:05 Who is Dax Raad? Dax on Twitter thdxr.com Tomorrow.fm Podcast SST.dev 04:22 Why doesn't AWS have a simple way to build on top of it? 07:46 What is Open Next? Vercel Next.js Open-Next.js 10:25 How many people are involved in building Open Next? 11:14 Mapping Next.js to Amazon products 14:25 What is the edge? 18:56 Pricing in serverless 23:33 What about image assets? 25:02 Is the CDK a layer on top of something Amazon is doing? Amazon CDK 27:23 What is terraform? Terraform 28:50 What is SST and why SST? 30:54 Do I build with SST or on top of SST? 32:06 How do you do local development with SST? 37:01 What about databases with SST? 40:12 What about build pipelines? 42:28 What is Seed? Seed 43:52 Any advice for someone learning AWS? SST on YouTube 46:05 Supper Club questions Neovim Toyko Night theme Nerd Fonts Astro TypeScript Alacritty i3 Cloudflare Inside the Meteoric Rise—and More Epic Flop—of HQ Trivia 52:45 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Planetscale Shameless Plugs Rebase.tv @RebaseTV on Twitter Tomorrow.fm episode on Rebase.tv Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets
Prime Venture Partners Podcast
Gaurav Singh Kushwaha, Founder & CEO Bluestone with Amit Somani, Managing Partner Prime Venture Partners.Listen to the podcast to learn about03:00 - When Starting Up: Defensibility & Differentiation11:00 - Online is Much More Than a Sales Channel20:00 - First Click, Last Click: Building the Right Attribution Models30:00 - Don't Let Your Biases Define Your Metrics35:45 - CAC/LTV Fallacy: VCs & EntrepreneursClick here to read the full transcriptWant to learn about about building a global SaaS business from India? Listen to this episode with Khadim Batti, Co-Founder & CEO Whatfix where we talk about Finding PMF & The Right Customer Segment, Pricing & Product For Enterprise, Building Sales Cycle & Sales Force in US, Four Pillars of Category Awareness and a lot more. Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe wherever you are listening to this.Follow Prime Venture Partners:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Primevp_inLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/primevp/ This podcast is for you. Do let us know what you like about the podcast, what you don't like, the guests you'd like to have on the podcast and the topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes. Please share your feedback here: https://primevp.in/podcastfeedback
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Kendall Ballantine.At the age of 27, Kendall ditched the power suits of her corporate career, as Director of Operations in grocery supply chain, for a life in gumboots on the farm when she opened her business Central Park Farms.Fast forward eight years later, Central Park Farms employs a small team and is a growing direct-to-consumer producer of beef, pork, and chicken supplying the Metro Vancouver market.Through her business, Marketing For Farmers, Kendall provides mentorship and education to farmers and ranchers throughout North America, giving them the tools to grow their businesses online.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/174 . . .THIS WEEK'S DISCUSSIONS:[15:00] Consumer Misconceptions[20:52] Sizing of Operations Between Different Provinces[24:34] Marketing & Pricing with Customers[35:14] All About “Marketing for Farmers” Give Back From Kendall[40:44] Rapid Fire. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. | Happiness by The AcreKarri MV. |
MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
Summary In this episode, Kimberly and Ash, one of Kimberly's business strategists, discuss all things related to women in business and entrepreneurship. Ash acknowledges the historical gaps in financial literacy and opportunities for business that women have only in recent decades begun to access. They discuss common challenges for women in business, such as over-personalization and under-selling, as well as advantages such as creating strong strategies for collaboration and equity in ways that are sustainable to us as individuals and to our families. Ash offers wise advice for creating and expanding businesses as women and for women audiences. She offers Ignite, a 9-week online program for women looking for expertise in creating and expanding their businesses. Bio Ash Robinson, a returning podcast guest, is a woman, daughter, and mother of two. As an entrepreneur for most of her career, she spent most of her time creating and building, not consulting. She bootstrapped two of her own startups; raised over $12M in funding; had a successful exit to a public company right before the 2008 recession and has been consulting through bon·fire since 2013. Her passion and research in neuroscience, cognition, behavior change, and culture inform both the tools and approach used in bon·fire. She believes we have to build the world we want to belong to. The Ignite program for women interested in creating and/or expanding current businesses begins at the end of March. Find out more about it through the link below. What She Shares: –Gaps in womens' opportunities for finance and business –Challenges of women in business –Handling over-giving, access, and pricing –Collaboration, intuition, and partnership –Ignite program for women in business starts end of March What You'll Hear: –Honoring the gaps women have had in financial education and business –Under-resourcing ourselves as women entrepreneurs –Over-personalizing business failures –Over-complicating client needs –Lacking clarity on business strategy and plan –Distinguishing between needing personal or business resources –Factoring in childcare for women in professional work –How to know when to hire an assistant –Focusing on business structure issues over personal –Service and/or product market-fit –Articulating your service in easy language –Power of our stories as women –Pricing issues hardest in business –Formula for pricing –Most women entrepreneurs are under-priced –Creating more wealth to create more opportunities for under-serviced populations –Inner capacities and outer structures –Interrogating inner-world beliefs around making money –Over-giving models in tensions with access –Feeling depleted with over-serving is unsustainable –Scholarships and trade as ten percent of business –Moving to strategy instead of overwhelm –Cost basis impacted by inflation –Unique skills women have in business and market –Collaboration, intuition, and partnership –Running businesses supportive of our families not depleting –Building capacity for women in places they haven't had it –IGNITE: A series of frameworks to create, organize, and harness businesses –IGNITE: 9 week program beginning end of March Resources Website: http://bon-fire.co/ignite
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FRIDAY WRAP: The founder fetish tech bro bank collapses, fear-of-pricing-out insulin price drops, Barney Frank did it for the money, and pay gaps in college sports. Plus winners and predictions.
Grow My Cleaning Company's Podcast
In this episode, Mike focused on teaching participants how to effectively communicate with clients about pricing, particularly in the context of moving them from a non-prepaid plan to a prepaid plan. He emphasized the importance of having the right beliefs and mindset, rather than relying solely on specific verbiage or scripts. He encouraged participants to view the relationship with clients as a partnership, where both parties are working towards a mutual goal of success. The seminar highlighted the value of building trust and rapport with clients through respectful communication and a focus on their needs, rather than solely on financial gain. Love the idea, but find it overwhelming? Want to learn the next steps like, what to actually say on the call? Jump on a call with one of our coaches and learn strategies on how to grow your cleaning company and start loving your job every day! Book here
If this were a video show, I would stare into the camera with steely eyeballs right now and say that I have a special message for employer CFOs. If you aren't a CFO, pretend that you are so that you get the full effect here. So, now that we're all CFOs, let's pull up the company P&L (Profit and Loss) statement. This is what keeps us all up at night, right? Making sure that the net profit line at the bottom looks good. We could decide to lay off a few people. Reorg something or other. Beat up a vendor. Stop buying the gold paper clips. We also could go over and have a strident conversation with sales leadership about what they can do to jack up their sales revenue. Top line begets bottom line, after all. Or, here's another idea: In this healthcare podcast, I am speaking with Paul Holmes, who is an ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) attorney with a specialty in PBM (pharmacy benefit manager) contracts, especially the PBM contracts from the big PBMs that get jammed in employer plan sponsor faces by whomever and which they are told look fine and that the employer plan sponsor should just go ahead and sign. Now, if we, meaning all of us CFOs, sign that paper, or someone on our benefits team signs the paper … fun fact, our company just spent 30% to 40% over market for our pharmacy benefits. That contract we just signed contains all kinds of expensive little buried treasures—treasures accruing to the PBM and other parties, to be clear, and coming at our expense. There's 17-ish very common treasures in your typical PBM contract, and none of us will ever spot them unless we know what we are looking for. But let's dig into this for a sec, especially for all of us newly minted CFOs because the real ones already did this math. Say our company spends whatever—we're a bigger company, and we spend $100 million a year on our drugs. That's a minimum of $30 million that we got taken for … $30 million a year. That's a metric load of our cold hard cash that got dumped out back and burned. Because of the huge dollars at stake (30% to 40% of drug spend), it's certainly the advice of almost anybody that you talk to who's an expert in PBM contracts to have a third party—not your EBC (employee benefit consultant), which we'll get into in a sec, but somebody else (a third party)—review every PBM contract. I mean, what's the worst that can happen for anybody considering having an independent third party review their PBM contract? It costs a couple grand in lawyer fees, and they give it a stamp of approval. Knowledge is power, and now we know. But let's just say this third-party review doesn't happen. We all go with a “devil may care” about this whole PBM overcharging us by 30% to 40% possibility. And let's say the PBM contract is, in fact, a ride on the Hot Mess Express, but we don't know it. Here's two pretty bad downsides, especially now, this year, since the passage of the CAA (the Consolidated Appropriations Act) at the beginning of 2022. Number one bad thing: Plan sponsors may get sued as per the CAA for ERISA violations. It's not just the company paying that extra $30 million, or 30% to 40%, right? It's also employees. This is risk exposure, bigly. Just like it was on the 401(k) side of the house, which Paul Holmes, my guest today, mentions later on in the interview. He talks about just how much those lawsuits cost and, yeah, exposure. As I mentioned three times already, today I am speaking with Paul Holmes about PBM contracts in all their stealthy glory. The one thing I came to appreciate is that these things are works of art … if you're into those paintings of pretty flowers where, if you look hard enough, you spot a skull tucked in the greenery (memento mori). Paul is a longtime ERISA attorney. He has dedicated his career to helping plan sponsors in their negotiations with PBMs and trying to help them reduce drug spend, especially drug spend that isn't actually paying for drugs. Here's a link to an article we discuss about how a school district in Florida is suing their longtime EBC for taking $2 million a year in alleged secret payments. We also mention an episode with AJ Loiacono (EP379). And along similar lines, Jeff Hogan mentioned on LinkedIn the other day, “It's pretty amazing that just in the course of the [past few] weeks, I'm reading, seeing, and hearing about big new CAA breach of fiduciary duty cases.” So, Paul Holmes says this more eloquently, but if you're a plan sponsor, definitely get your PBM contract reviewed and maybe consider working with an EBC who's happy to sign the disclosure statement that your lawyer has provided without disclaimers. Oh, hey … one last thing and new topic. Here's a cool goings-on: Right now, the March Healthcare Classic is in full swing. Each spring, Josh Berlin's rule of three team collaborates with other experts to predict which major trend will find itself at the top of the healthcare agenda over the next 12 months. This year, their selection committee includes Anisha Sood; Danny Brywczynski; David Carmouche, MD; Shaheed Koury, MD; and Stephanie Mercado. Check it out and weigh in yourself should you choose to do so. You can learn more by emailing Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org. Paul B. Holmes, JD, is a seasoned ERISA lawyer with nearly 40 years of specialization in that field. Paul joined Williams Barber Morel recently, after 31 years with Nixon Peabody LLP and Ungaretti & Harris LLP. Paul has extensive and unique experience in representing large employers and Taft-Hartley welfare funds in their selection, contracting, auditing, and litigation with large pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). Paul has logged over 8000 hours during the past four to five years, advising large employers and Taft-Hartley welfare funds managing their prescription drug benefit plans. This work includes active oversight of the request for proposal (RFP) process for selecting a PBM, the negotiation of final PBM contracts (including pricing, rebates, and audit rights), and regular audits of PBM compliance with their contracts. He was selected, through a peer-review survey, for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (2020 and 2021) in the field of Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law. Paul received his bachelor's degree from Bradley University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Illinois College of Law. 06:06 What are Paul's usual observations when a PBM contract crosses his desk? 06:57 “If you just sign … one of their model contracts …, you're probably gonna pay 30% to 40% above market on your drug spend.” 10:35 What is a PBM lawyer? And why is it important to find an ERISA PBM lawyer? 15:37 EP379 with AJ Loiacono. 16:05 Who is on the hook for the cost of the PBM contracts? 20:36 What's the problem with most ERISA lawyers today? 22:28 Lawsuit about PBM contract. 27:15 What's Paul's advice for benefits consultants? 31:11 How much might a plan sponsor be paying their consultant versus what a consultant might be making from a PBM? You can learn more by emailing Paul at email@example.com. Paul Holmes discusses #PBMContracts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Anna Hyde, Dea Belazi (Encore! EP293), Brennan Bilberry, Dr Vikas Saini and Judith Garber, David Muhlestein, Nikhil Krishnan (Encore! EP355), Emily Kagan Trenchard, Dr Scott Conard, Gloria Sachdev and Chris Skisak, Mike Thompson
Chrisman Commentary - Daily Mortgage News
Today's podcast is sponsored by, Richey May. Recently named a Top 100 firm by Inside Public Accounting, Richey May is a recognized leader in providing specialized advisory, audit, tax, cybersecurity, technology, and other services to the mortgage industry. The firm has also consistently been recognized as one of the fastest growing firms in the country and has been named to the HousingWire Tech 100 in Mortgage, Accounting Today Firms to Watch, and the Fastest Growing Firms. The firm has also received multiple awards for Excellence in Firm Culture from Inside Public Accounting. To experience how Richey May can help you transform your mortgage business, visit richeymay.com.
Resilient by Design with Rebecca Hay
In this episode, designer extraordinaire and returning guest, Erica Gelman and I sat down to talk all about contracts! We covered why you need a contract, and what should be in it. If you're a designer and are looking for some insight on what to include in your design services contract, this episode is for you! We both share some lived experiences that should help you fast forward and skip a few pitfalls. Erica is candid and an open book throughout the entire episode. She unexpectedly shares her story of being sued by a client and walks us through exactly what happened. Her experience prompted her to want to share her insights with our audience so that others can learn from her without having to go through it themselves. About Erica Erica Gelman is the principal designer of Erica Gelman Design Inc in Toronto. She graduated from the esteemed International Academy of Design & Technology and leads a talented team. Erica prides herself on a keen eye for detail; combining formal training with her flair for style and impeccable sense of colour to create truly unique spaces. Erica's work can be seen in numerous national lifestyle publications. Her design approach is simple yet sophisticated; a combination of lush textures and bold patterns infused together to create timeless designs. Once you have a contract and it's signed with a client, follow your own contract, and hold yourself accountable. You expect your client to fulfill every part of the agreement, so make sure you do the same. Read your contract if you forgot! Every time you send one off just read it again, You're investing in your own business by doing so, you're putting in the time and you're making sure that everything you've said to them doesn't just stay on a piece of paper but it actually happens. Erica Gelman You can connect with Erica on Instagram @erica_gelman or on her website at www.ericagelman.com. --------------------- Have you heard? I've got a new Free masterclass, Consultations that Convert! Join me on Wednesday, March 22 to learn how I run my consultations, things to avoid, and how to make the offer and sell your services so that you can convert your consultations into full design projects! Save your seat here: https://rebeccahay.com/masterclass Download our Free Resources ➡️ Pre-qualify your clients with my Discovery Call Script: https://rebeccahay.com/discovery/ ➡️ Stay confident from beginning to end with my Consultation Checklist: https://rebeccahay.com/consultationchecklist/ ➡️ Looking for a quick infusion of cash? Grab my 4 easy ways of increasing your revenue: https://rebeccahay.com/revenue/ Looking to elevate your business? Learn more about our courses: ➡️ Want the complete blueprint to calculate your design fee with confidence and ease? Learn more about my Pricing with Confidence course ➡️ Waiting for Power of Process? It's coming back soon, click to learn more about my systems building course. Want to be the first to know when the next episode drops? Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the Resilient by Design Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts!
Today, I share with you an amazingly simple, yet delicious recipe for what I will call the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PULLED PORK SLIDERS…. I'll explain
WE. ARE. BACK!! Ryan & Lucas dive into event pricing based on a real story surrounding an STR host out in Phoenix during the Superbowl. Tune in to this episode and make sure you are…. getting that money!!
Sales Influence - Why People Buy!
If you're looking to Increase Average Deal Size or sell a high ticket item, consider using Decoy Pricing Options which allow you to shift a buyer's price point or perception. Resources: Sales Velocity Academy: http://www.SalesVelocityAcademy.com MetaVerse Sales Training: http://www.SalesWorld.mv Sales Keynote Speaker- Trainer: http://www.VictorAntonio.com
Sam Brock shares everything you need to know about the surge of pricing and how it's impacting your everyday lives. Also, the story behind a North Carolina mother who jumped into action to save her daughter's life. Plus, CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson debunks some tax myths that can help you this tax season. And, the cast of “Ted Lasso” in studio 1A to talk about their roles in the new season three of “Ted Lasso.”
2Bobs - with David C. Baker and Blair Enns
Blair wants sales people to stop ranking proposal options in a way that assigns judgement for prospective clients without considering the many tradeoffs that need to be considered. Read the episode notes and transcript at http://2bobs.com/podcast/the-perils-of-good-better-best-pricing
This was the 2nd largest bank failure in the United States! Ryan and David discuss the breaking story around the SVB banking crisis. What happened? Why? What's the effect on crypto, the rest of the financial markets, and the banking system? ------
The law school tuition system is broken and unlikely to change. Ben and Nathan discuss the why and the who behind the inequitable pricing and double down on their advice to listeners: Don't pay for law school. Also on the pod, the guys assess LSAT Demon's compatibility with specific testing accommodations, evaluate the likelihood of a 30-point score increase, weigh in on the idea of postponing graduation to boost your UGPA, and encourage listeners to look to the future rather than focusing on past failures. LSAT Demon LSAT Demon iOS App LSAT Demon Daily Watch Episode 393 on YouTube Thinking LSAT YouTube LSAT Demon YouTube 4.14.2023 — April LSAT begins 4.25.2023 — June LSAT registration deadline 5.3.2023 — April LSAT scores released 6.9.2023 — June LSAT begins 6.28.2023 — June LSAT scores released 1:04 - Focus on What You Can Change 5:51 - Mistakes as Motivation 10:43 - One Step at a Time 17:06 - Accommodations and the Demon 22:03 - Read Every Answer Choice 28:42 - Play How You Practice 34:38 - The System Is Broken 1:02:51 - Will the Ranking Shakeup Affect LSAT Weight? 1:15:13 - Is Increasing From the 140s to 170s Possible? 1:22:13 - ChatGPT's LSAT Score Read more on our website!
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