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Revenue Collective Podcast
Ep 221: Pricing is NOT the Art of Discounting w/ Anna-Lisa Natchev

Revenue Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:35


Ep 221: Pricing is NOT the Art of Discounting w/ Anna-Lisa Natchev Part of the "Is This A Good Time?" series hosted by Brandon Barton.

More Than Money with Jacquette Timmons
What Has a Strong Impact on the Price You'll Pay?

More Than Money with Jacquette Timmons

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:36


Jacquette takes a deep dive into the what, when and why we buy what we buy and the five factors that influence our decisions.Click here to enroll and save your spot: Pricing MasterclassIf you want to show your support for this podcast please go to: BuyMeaCoffee.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Impact Pricing
Blogcast #55: Best Example for “Costs Don't Drive Pricing”

Impact Pricing

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 3:14


This is an Impact Pricing Blog published on April 6, 2022, turned into an audio podcast so you can listen on the go. Read Full Article Here: https://impactpricing.com/blog/best-example-for-costs-dont-drive-pricing/ If you have any feedback, definitely send it. You can reach us at mark@impactpricing.com. Now, go make an impact. Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: mark@impactpricing.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/

Moments with a Milso
Pivoting and Pricing During a Pandemic, with Karen Hetz

Moments with a Milso

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:35


Remember when we couldn't eat birthday cake with our friends because of a pandemic? I remember. So does Karen and her (at the time) 6 year old son, who's heartbreaking virtual birthday realization prompted Karen Hetz to start a cake box company to bring birthday cake to children all across America. Throughout her journey of creating a business prompted by a gap in the market of the time, Karen has had to delicately balance everything from how to price her boxes to fit the market, and how to pivot when the gap in the market wasn't a need anymore. Episode 121 of the Moments with an MEO podcast is about pricing and pivoting, and what a new business owner can expect to ponder in both of these issues. Karen and I discuss: Starting a Covid-inspired business and how she got into and out of 2020 with a strong business connecting people together. Pricing your new product or service to fit your niche and budget restrictions. That lull in sales you can expect when you pivot and change your mission or message. Kids in STEM and how baking and cooking in general strengthens their skills and brain.Enjoy today's conversation? Don't forget to write a review and check out the links below: Karen: WebsiteInstagramBritt: InstagramWebsite

The BBQ Radio Show
BBQ Radio Show 46- Why Is BBQ So Popular?

The BBQ Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 6:10


When it comes to BBQing, I have some very simple rules. Always, and I do mean always have yourself some good music playing, have a nice beverage in your hand (hot or cold), and surround yourself with lots of family and friends. As long as you can do those things, the rest kind of works itself out. It doesn't really matter what's on the menu, it's all about the intangibles, the things that truly make a difference in your life, and the lives of the people who mean the most to you.

Versicherungsfunk
Versicherungsfunk Update 20.05.2022

Versicherungsfunk

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 2:23


Die Themen im heutigen Versicherungsfunk Update sind: Startschuss für das Mobility Technology Center Die Versicherer Ergo, Munich Re, in-tech und Professor Markus Lienkamp haben gemeinsam das Mobility Technology Center (MTC) in München gegründet. Das Dienstleistungsunternehmen soll Unternehmen aus der Automobil-, Mobilitäts- und Versicherungsbranche unterstützen, die Risiken der neuen Mobilität versicherbar zu machen und Produkte, Technologien und Geschäftsmodelle zu entwickeln. KMU und Gewerbeversicherungen Nur ein Viertel der deutschen Klein- und Kleinstunternehmer plant Mehraufwendungen für Gewerbeversicherungen. Weniger investieren wollen knapp 10 Prozent der Befragten, darunter Unternehmer aus der Gastronomie mit 29 Prozent. Das geht aus einer Umfrage des Münchener Insurtechs Finanzchef24 hervor. Generali mit höheren Beitragseinnahmen Die Generali hat im ersten Quartal das Jahres die gebuchten Bruttobeiträge um 6,1 Prozent auf 22,3 Milliarden Euro steigern können. Beim Konzernergebnis ging es im Vergleich zum Vorjahr um 75 Millionen Euro auf nun 727 Millionen Euro abwärts. Das sei auf Wertminderungen durch Investitionen in Russland zurückzuführen. Allianz: Direktversicherer holt Telekom-Manager Die Allianz Direct verstärkt sich in der Führungsriege. Nils Stamm soll neuer Chief Marketing and Sales Officer (CMO) werden. mehr dazu >>> www.versicherungsbote.de/id/4906079/Allianz-Direktversicherer-holt-Telekom-Manager/ BD24 Berlin Direkt mit neuem Vorstand Mit Wirkung zum 18. Mai 2022 ist Tobias Blodau Mitglied des Vorstands der BD24 Berlin Direkt Versicherung AG (Berlin Direkt). Er folgt auf Dr. Mirko Kühne, der das Unternehmen zum 1. Juli 2022 auf eigenen Wunsch verlassen wird, um sich einer neuen beruflichen Herausforderung zu widmen. mehr dazu >>> www.versicherungsbote.de/id/4906086/HanseMerkur-Tochter-bekommt-neuen-Vorstand/ DA Direkt schhaft neues Ressort René Billing soll Vorstand Produkte und Analytics der DA Deutsche Allgemeine Versicherung AG werden. In dem neu geschaffenen Vorstandsressort soll er den weiteren Ausbau des Sachversicherungsgeschäfts sowie die Weiterentwicklung der Bereiche Pricing und Data Analytics verantworten. Bisher hat er dies in seiner Rolle als Head of Product, Pricing & Analytics vorangetrieben.

TD Ameritrade Network
Is The Stock Market Pricing In A Recession?

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 9:05


I don't think stocks are fully priced in a recession, but they are close, says Jeffrey Kleintop. He discusses the outlook for a recession, looking at the percent of U.S. treasury yield curves that are inverted. He talks about how yield curves could signal a coming recession. He also goes over where dip buyers could come if there isn't a Fed put, as well as the relationship between unemployment levels and inflation. Tune in to find out more.

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
#565: How to Start a Cost-Conscious Wedding Photo Business - Alex MacNaughton

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 90:23


Taking the leap from journalism photography to wedding photography isn't an easy feat, but if you're going to make the jump, the best way to do it is to land in a (brand) position that you've planned for! In episode 565 of The Bokeh Podcast, we sit down for a brand consultation with Alex MacNaughton on how to create a wedding photography business with affordable pricing in mind. Listen in to hear advice on branding, marketing, creating a website, and many more facets of a photography business, plus amazing resources to get started! The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer. You can subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Alex's Photography Background (6:36) What drew Alex into wanting to shoot weddings (14:07) Thoughts on reaching financial goals without becoming burned out (20:51) Brand Positioning of Competition (24:36) Brand Position Statement (29:55) Pricing (33:43) Post Process Services (38:08) Website and SEO (44:00) Marketing (54:32) 1. Google Performance Max 2. Facebook and Instagram Workflow (1:06:37) - CRMs - Calendly - Google Suite Links: https://www.charitywater.org alexmacnaughton.com instagram.com/alexmacnaughton keywordseverywhere.com pic-time.com wordpress.com flothemes.com squarespace.com nathanholritz.com yoast.com Episode 432: SEO for Photographers - Corey Potter & Dylan Howell Episode 511: UX and SEO for Higher Website Conversions - Julia Bocchese Episode 535: A Fresh Approach on SEO Tactics – Feuza Reis calendly.com CRM Article: blog.bloom.io

Kaffee mit Fräulein Finance
#68 Wie du mit deinem inneren Pricing-Dialog richtig umgehst - Money Talk mit Kati Camara

Kaffee mit Fräulein Finance

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 40:35


FREE Masterclass am 26. Mai, 17 Uhr! "The abundant CEO - Klarheit in Pricing, Cash Flow & Sales für ein Business nach deiner Energy" https://chiarabachmann.com/the-abundant-ceo/ Hier findest du Kati @c_the_progress

healthsolutionsshawnjanet
Ep 246: Fair Healthcare Pricing With Dean Jargo

healthsolutionsshawnjanet

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 40:08


Giving consumers an option and fair pricing is the future of healthcare, which is why Shawn and Dean Jargo discuss more about Fair Market Health on this episode of Needham Health Solutions. Dean dives deeper with Shawn about how Fair Market Health works from giving patients a chance to connect with different providers to giving doctors a chance to decide what they want to get paid. Learn more about what the had to say in this episode! ~ Episode Resources... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fairmarkethealth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fairmarkethealth/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/69216749 Website: https://www.fairmarkethealth.com/ ~ *** #BenShapiro & #DaveRamsey Fans. Learn how to be in the driver's seat for your healthcare choices {not the system or doctors!}

Printavo PrintHustlers Podcast
Calculations Behind Screen Printing Pricing

Printavo PrintHustlers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 62:55


Calculations Behind Screen Printing Pricing by Printavo

Business RadioX ® Network
The Most Essential Element of a Great Testimonial

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


The Most Essential Element of a Great Testimonial While we are grateful for any client affirmation of our work, what makes for a great testimonial, one which is most effective? One word: pain. Specifically, the client’s pain and dysfunction before our intervention. The Price and Value Journey is presented by John Ray and produced by the North […]

Marketing Spark (The B2B Marketing Podcast)
A Deep Dive into B2B SaaS Pricing

Marketing Spark (The B2B Marketing Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 42:11


When should a B2B SaaS company change its pricing and how often should it happen? How do free trials and freemium play within the pricing equation? In this episode of Marketing Spark, Dan Balcauski and I explore the pricing landscape. We look at who should be responsible for pricing, know when prices have to be increased and know when your pricing is working. Pricing may not get the attention it deserves so Dan has great insight into its role and how to think about it. 

The Render Podcast
#110. Floral Team - Team Series

The Render Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:27


Like each area our team series has covered in the past couple of weeks, there is so much more to our floral team than people realize. In this episode, Cam and Allie discuss the floral team here at Render, who we hire as freelance designers, how COVID has impacted the industry and pricing, and why we seek to create something our clients truly love. Listen in to hear more about Allie's work and how well she serves our team as our lead floral designer. Here is a sneak peek of what this episode consists of: [3:29] Cross-training Benefits [9:02] Seasonal Blooms & Pricing [16:50] Mass Amounts of Free Flowers [21:43] Different Designer Pay Rates [26:15] The Importance of the Perfect Bouquet Product or Affiliate Links Design Deck Importance for Your Quotes Asana Slack Render Google Review's Jess + Blaine Reel Morgan + Braden Reel Next week we will drop an episode for our leadership team in this team series! As our final team series episode, Kaley Goodall and Gabriel Messenger will join Cam to discuss our leadership team and how they constantly have our team and company's best interest in mind when making decisions.

The Mulder Life Podcast
Ep 10. Youtube, Debt, Succession Plans, and Lump Sum Pricing

The Mulder Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:28


This week we dive into how I find time to film and edit Youtube videos, how I plan to keep my kids from going into debt if they take over the business, and why I don't do Lump Sum pricing. Enjoy!!   @mulderoutdoors Mulder Maintenance and Services Mulder Outdoors on YouTube Mulder on Facebook Resources to grow your business (Use MULDERLIFEPODCAST to Save 10%) Amazon Store https://www.permapaveredging.com/ https://bruntworkwear.com/ (Code: Mulder10 Save $10) https://www.albanesecandy.com/ (Official Candy of the Podcast)

She Thinks Big - Women Entrepreneurs Doing Good in the World
190 Pricing Sweet Spot: Cost < Price < Value

She Thinks Big - Women Entrepreneurs Doing Good in the World

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:44


What is cost, what is price, what is value? First let us clarify how these terms can be used and what they mean. The seller determines the cost, and it is based on the inputs required to produce the service or product.  The seller determines the price, and it is simply a choice.  The buyer determines the value, which is unique to each person and highly subjective. You can think of designing the “equation” like this:   Cost < Price < Value   So that:  When the cost is less than the price, the seller sells at a profit.  (The seller's profit is the price at which he sold, minus his cost, of course.) When the price is less than the value, the buyer buys at a profit. The buyer's profit is less obvious. It's the value to them, minus the price.  The value to the buyer is what they would have paid.  The buyer's profit is what they would have paid minus what they paid. When you design your services such that Cost < Price < Value, you are designing your service to create mutually assured profitability.  It's a sweet spot worth seeking.   ***Want one piece of business strategy delivered daily to your inbox?*** Subscribe here: https://www.shethinksbigcoaching.com/subscribe-main-list

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast
Do's and Don'ts for Refinishing Mid-Century Modern Furniture.

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:50


We invite you to contribute to our podcast (click below):Refinishing TipAccolades to Another RefinisherBeginner's Bucket QuestionIf This Piece Could Talk---------------------------------------------Danielle and Evan Potter with Potter ReBarn share tips on the "do's and don'ts" in refinishing MCM pieces, plus the chat about their award winning MCM piece in Zibra's International Golden Brush Awards.---------------------------------------------Introduction to Danielle and Evan:   • Where they lives, their studio and business   • Chats about prices in her area   • Share about their venture in redoing a Farmhouse   • Winner of Best New Artist 2020 in GBAsWinner of the MCM category in Zibra's International Golden Brush Awards:   • Describes their MCM piece   • Shares how they imagined the piece refinished   • Discuses their design choices   • Fun in staging and photography this pieceDanielle and Evan share tips and the do's and don'ts when doing MCMs:   • MCM is in high demand   • What to expect in pricing for MCM pieces   • Do not be in a rush to finish   • Should you paint a MCM piece   • Repairing wood that is damaged   • Don't use chippy paint or distress   • Why they didn't sell piece but kept it---------------------------------------------Refinishing Tip: "Drawers that rub"  Kristi with Chalk It Up!, LLCZibra Flip Update: It's underway! Jen Talley with Perfectly Imperfect FurnitureWorking on their Ugly Ducklings:     •  Melissa with Ship's Furniture Flips   •  Summer with Pinewood Charm   •  Nicole with Prairie Vintage Charm   •  Amy with Weed Patch StudioBeginner's Bucket: Maggie and Nate from Silo Design answers the question, "How has selecting furniture to refinish changed for experienced refinishers?"

Inversor Global Podcast
El Inversor Diario - Pricing Power: Una receta infalible contra la inflación

Inversor Global Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:56


El mundo está transitando un período de alta inflación y podría continuar por algún tiempo. Los inversores más astutos se refugian en compañías con una ventaja competitiva inigualable: el poder de fijación de precios. En esta columna te contamos de qué se trata y cómo puedes aprovecharlo para potenciar tus inversiones.

The Indian Dream
The role of Pricing & Compensation in Scaling Up ft. Verne Harnish (Founder of EO, Author of Scaling Up)

The Indian Dream

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:00


In this episode, we host Verne Harnish, the author of the bestselling book 'Scaling Up: Why some companies make it and why other's don't' As an entrepreneur, there are 3 key phases of business building. The first is the the Zero to One journey. Where you take an idea and test it in the markets and build a small business around it. Then comes the 1 to 10 Journey Where you to convert the initial success to product market fit, build a team and scale it to a few more customers. And then comes the 10 to 100 Journey where you press the pedal and build large business.The Scaling Up book is one of the best books that helps you understand what it takes to scale for 10 to 100 journey. It is a must-read if you're an entrepreneur with a small to mid sized business. On the episode, we deep dive into two key topics that are important in a Scale Up Journey - Pricing & Compensation. Verne discusses some frameworks and examples to help entrepreneurs think through these topics. Episode Timeline: (02:38) - How did Verne Start Entrepreneur's Organization (EO) with Steve Jobs(07:36) - Four Levers of Scale Up(09:47) - Deep Dive into how Founders should think about Pricing (14:32) - B2B Pricing (19:35) - Interesting Story about Pricing (25:36) - How to think about Compensation during Scale Up(35:29) - How to implement Profit Sharing Compensation Scheme(43:04) - Two Important Habits for Entrepreneurs Relevant LinksGood Better Best Pricing - HBR ArticleConfessions of the Pricing Man: How Price Affects Everything

Autoline Daily
AD #3326 - Lyriq Deliveries and Pricing Revealed; Stellantis Caves to Supplier Pressure; Russia to Revive Old Brand

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 10:01


- Russia To Revive Moskvich Brand- Tesla Stops Cybertruck Orders Outside North America- Wuling Moving MINI EV More Upscale- Latest Info on Cadillac's Lyriq EV- Chevy Preview Equinox EV Interior- Bolt EUV Adds Redline Edition- Lamborghini Teases 1st LMDh Prototype Race Car- Stellantis Surrenders to Supplier Revolt- Android Auto Gets a Facelift

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3326 - Lyriq Deliveries and Pricing Revealed; Stellantis Caves to Supplier Pressure; Russia to Revive Old Brand

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 10:00


- Russia To Revive Moskvich Brand - Tesla Stops Cybertruck Orders Outside North America - Wuling Moving MINI EV More Upscale - Latest Info on Cadillac's Lyriq EV - Chevy Preview Equinox EV Interior - Bolt EUV Adds Redline Edition - Lamborghini Teases 1st LMDh Prototype Race Car - Stellantis Surrenders to Supplier Revolt - Android Auto Gets a Facelift

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
17 May 2022 | Cadillac LYRIQ Pricing and Range

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:24


Show #1470 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Tuesday 17th May,  it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to.  CADILLAC LYRIQ TOPS 300 MILES IN RANGE AS GM REVEALS NEW PRICING - The Cadillac 2023 Lyriq SUV will top 300 miles in range and offer two new colors, but it is getting a price bump from initial estimates. - The rear-wheel drive Lyriq will start at $62,990, a $3,000 price bump from the Lyriq Debut edition. The all-wheel drive model starts at $64,990. Initial deliveries of the all-wheel drive model will start early next year and the EPA-estimated range for that model will be announced closer to the start of production. - Cadillac has 250,000 hand-raisers and "time will tell how many of those will convert into actual sales." But of those interested in the Lyriq, 70% are new to Cadillac and 68% are of the younger generation, bringing down the average age of the brand's customer. - "With the launch of the 2023 Lyriq Debut Edition, we offered a special price for our first EV customers of $59,990," Tatulli said. "As we move into the regular life cycle of the vehicle, we've adjusted pricing to reflect the content of the vehicle." - BMW iX is $85,000, according to Kelley Blue Book. The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQC is expected to start at $70,000. The 2022 Jaguar I-Pace starts at $69,900. The 2023 Tesla Model Y subcompact SUV is expected to start at $61,000. - either two years of unlimited public charging credits at EVgo charging stations or a credit of up to $1,500 toward home charger installation through Qmerit Original Source : https://eu.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2022/05/16/cadillac-lyriq-range-price/9792125002/ AUDI TO RELEASE FULLY ELECTRIC A3 - According to media reports, Audi will only offer its compact A3 model in pure electric form for the next generation due in 2027, as part of its accelerated electric vehicle course. - As reported by Auto Motor und Sport, the new A3 e-tron will be based on the Volkswagen Group's Scalable Systems Platform (SSP) with unit battery cells. There will probably not be an e-model in the “classic” compact car layout based on the MEB from the Ingolstadt manufacturers. - According to Auto Motor und Sport, the electric A3 will be based on the Scalable Systems Platform (SSP). VW presented this last year as part of its ‘New Auto' strategy. VW gave only few key data on the SSP. As Audi boss Markus Duesmann, who also heads group research, stated, an “800 Volt Flex” system is to become standard for the mechatronic platform. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/05/16/audi-to-release-fully-electric-a3/ ABB AND SHELL TO LAUNCH FIRST NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF WORLD'S FASTEST EV CHARGER IN GERMANY - Today, ABB E-mobility and Shell announce plans to launch the first nationwide network of Terra 360's, the world's fastest all-in-one electric car charger. - With over 200 Terra 360 chargers to be launched across Germany in the next 12 months, ABB E-mobility and Shell will help to ensure greater charger availability and charging speed for more than 1.7 million German electric car drivers2. - The Terra 360 is available in different configurations that can charge multiple vehicles simultaneously. Its modular design ensures peak utilization of the charging station with dynamic power distribution. The new charger also has a maximum output of 360 kW and is capable of fully charging3an electric car in 15 minutes or less.1 Original Source : https://www.automotiveworld.com/news-releases/abb-and-shell-to-launch-first-nationwide-network-of-worlds-fastest-ev-charger-in-germany/ ELECTRIFY AMERICA ANNOUNCES PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR 75 MEGAWATTS SOLAR GENERATION - Electrify America announced today it has entered into a 15-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with developer Terra-Gen to build a solar photovoltaic renewable energy generation project in San Bernardino County, California called Electrify America Solar Glow™ 1. - The new solar project is expected to generate 75 Megawatts (MW) per hour at peak solar capacity or an estimated annual production of 225,000 Megawatt hours. It is projected to produce enough 100% renewable energy annually to more than offset the energy currently delivered on an annualized basis to Electrify America's customers charging on its extensive network. The solar project is targeted to be operational by mid-2023. - Electrify America's first solar project in the Southern California Mojave Desert may also be expanded at the option of Terra-Gen to include a co-located battery energy storage system to further increase the delivery of renewable energy to the grid during times when more costly – and often more polluting – peaking power plants may be used to meet customer needs Original Source : https://media.electrifyamerica.com/en-us/releases/184 MICHIGAN INSTALLING 30 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS AT STATE PARKS THIS SUMMER - Michigan state parks will get some shiny new toys this summer when electric vehicle charging stations are installed at several sites in the next few months. - Beginning in Warren Dunes in the southwest section of the state, state parks that dot Lake Michigan's coastline will be the first to receive an estimated 30 charging stations this year. The buildup of charging stations is widely seen as a key component to wide-scale adoption of electric cars and trucks. - The implementation of state parks will happen in phases. Phase two, which includes state parks in the Upper Peninsula will take place next year. Original Source : https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/michigan-installing-30-electric-vehicle-charging-stations-at-state-parks-this-summer SAMSUNG DROPS PLAN TO ENTER ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET Original Source : https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/tech/2022/05/129_329197.html HELP TO BUY EVS IN ‘LANDMARK' NEW ZEALAND NET ZERO CLIMATE PLAN Original Source : https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/may/16/help-to-buy-evs-in-landmark-new-zealand-net-zero-climate-plan THE NEXT GENERATION OF EV BATTERIES ARRIVE Original Source : https://subscriptions.theinformation.com/newsletters/the-electric/archive/the-next-generation-of-ev-batteries-arrives-ahead-of-schedule UBER LAUNCHES NEW 'COMFORT ELECTRIC' PRODUCT TO GET TESLA AND POLESTAR VEHICLES Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/05/16/uber-comfort-electric-tesla-polestar-vehicles/ TESLA LOSES SOME FOOTING AMONG LUXURY CAR SHOPPERS Original Source : https://www.marketwatch.com/story/tesla-loses-some-footing-among-luxury-car-shoppers-11652379851?mod=personal-finance RIVIAN WARNS DISPUTE WITH SEAT SUPPLIER THREATENS PRODUCTION OF AMAZON DELIVERY VANS Original Source : https://www.wsj.com/articles/rivian-warns-dispute-with-seat-supplier-threatens-production-of-amazon-delivery-vans-11652719676?mod=business_minor_pos4 EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PHASE-OUT OF DIESEL AND PETROL CARS BY 2035 Original Source : https://www.theclimategroup.org/call-european-parliament-and-eu-governments-support-european-commissions-proposed-phase-out-new QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What's the best way to help educate your friends, family or colleagues about electric cars? Email me any feedback to: hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ OCTOPUS ELECTRIC JUICE - MAKING PUBLIC CHARGING SIMPLE WITH ONE CARD, ONE MAP AND ONE APP MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES

Charlottesville Community Engagement
May 16, 2022: Divided Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends permit for 390-room, seven-story building on JPA

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:32


There is a month and a week left until the summer solstice, and the time when the days begin growing shorter. Until then, there are now over 14 hours of sunlight in the section of the Earth on the day when the May 16 edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement is produced. That’s enough time to ensure that this newsletter and podcast at least tries to bring as much information as possible. I’m your host, Sean Tubbs. On today’s program:Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends a seven-story building on Jefferson Park AvenueA fatal crash on U.S. 29 near Greenbrier Road has claimed the life of a Charlottesville manAn Augusta County elections official is the latest appointee to the State Board of ElectionsA quick update on COVID-19 from the UnivToday’s first shout-out goes to LEAPWe’re now well into spring, and many of us may have already turned on our air conditioning units for the first in months. To see what you can do to get the most out of your home, contact LEAP, your local energy nonprofit, to schedule a home energy assessment this month - just $45 for City and County residents. LEAP also offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents. If someone in your household is age 60 or older, or you have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!COVID cases still increasing; UVA Health urges renewed maskingAs the week begins, the Virginia Department of Health this morning reports a seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases at 2,750 a day and the seven-day percent positivity has increased to 14.6 percent. The actual amount of spread is likely higher due to the number of home tests that have become common as a first diagnosis for many people. “There are many people calling saying they’re COVID positive and importantly and interestingly, a fair number of those people have been vaccinated,” said Dr. Costi Sifri, the director of hospital epidemiology for the University of Virginia Health System. With more cases in the community, UVA officials say its time to take precautions again.“Personally I’m masking back up and I think a lot of people are making the decision,” said Wendy Horton, the CEO of the UVA Health System. “It’s people that have been really careful, been vaccinated, and I think we’re just in this interesting time where we’re really tired of masking but I think it’s alive and well. We know it. We see it in our workforce. We see it in our patients.” The latest COVID model from the UVA Biocomplexity Institute was released on Friday. “Models forecast a significant surge of cases in the coming weeks,” reads the model. “Case rates are not expected to reach levels seen during the January wave. But they will likely exceed those seen in pre-Omicron waves.” Dr. Sifri said ebbs and flows are likely to continue as COVID-19 continues to transition from pandemic to endemic. He said the same public health advice exists. “In a period of time like now where we’re starting to see a surge in cases, this is the time to say okay, in this time and place right now, wearing a mask is helpful to prevent transmission,” Dr. Sifri said. “It’s also important because with COVID it still remains the case that probably half or more than half of cases are in people who are asymptomatic or have such mild symptoms that they don’t recognize that they’re sick.” This week the Virginia Department of Health is retiring several dashboards and ways of reporting COVID. People who seek to know cases by vaccination status will need to go to the Centers for Disease Control website. Cases and Deaths by Date Reported will also be phased out. The changes will take place on May 19. The VDH already has stopped reporting cases by locality on its website. Learn more about the changes on their website.Fatal crash on Seminole TrailAlbemarle County police are investigating the cause of a fatal crash last night in the 1200 block of U.S. 29 near Greenbrier Drive. Thirty-six-year old Justin Michael Tilghman of Charlottesville died at the scene of the crash which happened at 9:21 p.m. last night. The driver of a second vehicle was taken to the University of Virginia hospital. The Albemarle County Police Department’s Fatal Crash Reconstruction Team is leading the investigation. This is the fourth fatality on Albemarle County roads so far in 2022. Augusta County official named to State Board of ElectionsGovernor Glenn Youngkin has named a member of the Augusta County Board of Elections to serve on the Virginia State Board of Elections. Youngkin named Georgia K. Alvis-Long to the position. A press release identifies her occupation as a registered nurse instructor. Under Virginia law, the State Board of Elections is a five-member body that will have three members from the political party that won the Governor’s mansion in the last election. “Each political party entitled to an appointment may make and file recommendations with the Governor for the appointment,” reads Section 24.2-102 of Virginia Code.Alvis-Long fills a position left by the resignation of Jamilah D. LeCruise. For more recent appointments, take a look at the full release. Second shout-out: Charlottesville Jazz Society spotlighting benefit show for UkraineIn today’s second subscriber supported shout-out. The Charlottesville Jazz Society is spotlighting a benefit event to support the people of Ukraine at the Whiskey Jar this Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Young jazz students near the besieged city of Mariupol sent guitarist Royce Campbell a plea to help, and several area musicians have jumped into help. Vocalist Monica Worth has organized the event, and Campbell will play for Ukraine with bassist Andre La Vell and drummer Jim Howe. Many of Charlottesville’s best jazz musicians will sit in. Donations will be collected and sent to Global Giving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund, and you can also go ahead and support this effort with a payment online. That’s We Play for Ukraine at the Whiskey Jar this Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Divided Planning Commission approves seven-story building on Jefferson Park Avenue A divided Charlottesville Planning Commission voted 4-3 on May 10 to recommend that City Council approve a special use permit for additional height and density for a seven-story U-shaped building at 2005 Jefferson Park Avenue.  They’ve also recommended reducing parking requirements by 22 percent over what would otherwise be required.“The [special use permit] is required to accommodate a development being proposed for 119-units of multifamily dwellings within one building with underground parking,” said city planner Matt Alfele. This project was filed after the city adopted a new Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map created as part of the Charlottesville Plans Together initiative, which is still underway. There are currently 17 units across multiple structures across the property. “The Future Plan Use Map, the Comprehensive Plan that we went through, is increasing density and increasing density in certain areas of the city, and this area of the city is one that is looking to increase density and to increase density at especially this scale is going to create a big building,” Alfele said. The developer would pay $500,000 into the city’s affordable housing fund rather than provide required affordable units on-site or at another location nearby. They’ll build 125 parking spaces in an underground garage with access on Washington Avenue. Residents would not be eligible to park on that street or Observatory due to restricted parking. The building would be seven stories taller from JPA and would be five stories tall at the back. “The biggest concern I think staff had was the rear elevation, the five story building going down into the mainly single-family, two-family neighborhood,” Allele said. This request comes after City Council adopted a new Comprehensive Plan with a Future Land Use Map that encourages more residential density, but before the new zoning rules have been written. “Do you happen to know and can you remind me what in our Future Land Use map, what this area is designated as, and what the by-right height would be in that corridor?” asked City Councilor Michael Payne. “This is Urban Mixed Use Corridor and the height is five stories or up to eight at key intersections,” Alfele said. “This is one of the areas where our Comprehensive Plan land use conflicts with our current zoning because our Comprehensive land use map is anticipating our zoning changing. The Future Land Use Map measures in stories and not feet.” Under the existing zoning, the structure could be 35 feet tall without a permit. This is one of the areas that will be clarified in the zoning rewrite. The term “key intersection” is also currently not defined. Payne pointed out the Comprehensive Plan seeks to encourage more units that would be rented to people below market. “The framework that we’ve adopted for that is that if we’re going above the by-right height, the reason we’re doing that is to have an inclusionary zoning program that’s going to required affordable housing as part of that,” Payne said. Payne also suggested $500,000 as an affordable housing contribution would not go far. “I know it’s their choice and we don’t have any control over it but I would just note for the record that we got an affordable housing report that included data on the total subsidy needed to construct a new affordable unit, and I can’t remember the exact number but I know in Virginia that total subsidy to build one new unit could be around $300,000,” Payne said. Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook noted that there had been a lot of concerns during the Future Land Use Map from other neighborhoods such as North Downtown, but he had not heard much from the JPA neighborhood at that time.“The one area where it seemed clear that everyone was willing to agree we should have increased density was along JPA yet there was no basically no public discussion of that fact,” Snook said. Until the rezoning is finalized, individual applications like this are the forum for how the city will look in the future. The project will need a certificate of appropriateness from the Entrance Corridor Review Board, which is also the Planning Commission. They’ll get to influence the design. The developer said the area was already predominantly occupied by renters, and that this level of density is served by transit. “We are one block away in each direction from the trolley stops,” said Erin Hannegan with Mitchell + Matthews Architects and Planners. Hannegan acknowledged the Future Land Use Map designation of Urban Mixed Use Corridor and said this project meets the goals of the Comprehensive Plan.“The further definition is ‘higher intensity mixed-use development’ for this area and that’s exactly what we’re trying to do,” Hannegan said. “A higher intensity development. Mixed use is not allowed under the R-3 mixed-use currently designated.” Hannegan acknowledged that the new building would be out of scale with what is currently there, but anticipated the future conditions of JPA.“This building might be taller than its current neighbors but it won’t be out of character with the future implementation of the Comprehensive Plan and the implementation of the vision that’s been in the works for over 20 years for this particular neighborhood,” Hannegan said. At the public hearing, Nina Barnes of the Jefferson Park Avenue Neighborhood Association said the Comprehensive Plan compels Council and the Planning Commission to take adverse effects into account when considering a special use permit. “Adverse impacts may include traffic or parking congestion, undue density and population, and massing and scale,” Barnes said. “This project has adverse effects in all of these ways.”Barnes said the seven-story building would block the sun from existing one and two story buildings.Ellen Contini-Morava said the staff reports seemed to be in favor of the developer, and noted the gap between an adopted Comprehensive Plan and older zoning. She said this undermines the spirit of the Cville Plans Together Initiative. “This application treats the rezoning that’s proposed in the Future Land Use Map as if it were already in place,” Contini-Morava said. “This application not only aims to short-circuit the rezoning process but even requests a height that is two stories higher than the five stories suggested in the Future Land Use Map for the JPA corridor.” Fifeville resident Matthew Gillikin spoke for the group Livable Cville, which is not a registered entity with the State Corporation Commission but is active in promoting higher density in the community. Gillikin said the answer to affordability in Charlottesville is more housing. “And the developer is planning to contribute nearly $500,000 to the Charlottesville affordable housing fund as a condition to build,” Gillikin said. “This will fund groups like [Charlottesvile Redevelopment and Housing Authority], LEAP, [Albemarle Housing Improvement Program], [Piedmont Housing Alliance], and Habitat for Humanity in the work to address local housing issues.” Gillikin said approval of this project would prevent students from moving into local neighborhoods such as Tenth and Page and Fifeville. These units would have no affordability provisions. For comparisons let’s look at the Standard, another building designed by Mitchell + Matthews Architects. According to their website, the lowest rent for a room in a four-bedroom unit goes for $1,029 a month. Double occupancy in a single bedroom in a three bedroom unit can go for $845 a month. One and two bedroom units in the Standard are sold out. Pricing is not available online for the Flats at West Village. The Lark on Main has a one bedroom unit with a study for $1,879 a month. A room in a four bedroom, four bathroom costs $955 a month. Garage parking is an extra $100. Commission discussionAfter the public hearing, Commissioner Hosea Mitchell said he supported the project, but did want the massing to be a little more consistent with the rest of the neighborhoods. “We do need more housing in Charlottesville and we do a bit of relief valve,” Mitchell said. “We need housing in Charlottesville that is closer to UVA so that the housing that is further away from UVA can be used by the rest of our citizenry,” Mitchell said. Commissioner Taneia Dowell said if the developer is going to additional density based on the future zoning for the property, the spirit of the Affordable Housing Plan must also be honored. “That’s where I’m really having some heartburn,” Dowell said. “If we’re going to go off future endeavors for this project and this special use permit, then we need to go off future endeavors for everything related to this.” Commissioner Jody Lahendro said he could not support this level of density in the area and especially with a building with that much massing. He said the Comprehensive Plan also calls for development on Entrance Corridors to be compatible with existing neighborhoods. “I am not in favor of sacrificing a long term neighborhood for providing student housing for the University,” Lahendro said. “I think the people who have lived here and the single-family homes in this neighborhood deserve… we can’t just pretend that they’re not there.” Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg said he was reviewing the permit request under existing rules and not looking ahead to the new zoning. Quoting the standards of review, he noted that the Commission must review whether a proposal would be “harmonious with existing patterns of use and development in the neighborhood.”“But it will shock you guys to learn that harmonious is not actually defined in the code so the question I think before us is whether a five-story building can co-exist near or next to even smaller buildings including detached houses,” Stolzenberg said. “I’d note there’s already a four and a half story building at the head of the street.” Bill Palmer is with the Office of the Architect at the University of Virginia and sits as a non-voting member of the Planning Commission. He said UVA is not in an era where they are being required by the Commonwealth of Virginia to increase enrollment. According to the UVA office of Institutional Research and Analytics, there was an on-Grounds enrollment in Fall 2021 of 16,793 undergraduates and 6,928 graduate students. (enrollment data)“If you look at our official projects, they are flat,” Palmer said. Palmer said UVA is building additional housing on Grounds, including a second new structure in the Brandon Avenue Corridor. He also said the UVA initiative to build up to 1,500 new affordable units in the community includes a site further down from 2005 JPA in Albemarle County at the Piedmont housing site. “In terms of having affordable housing close in the future, that will be a place where the University is trying to provide something,” Palmer said. Council thoughtsCouncil will have the final decision, but did not vote during what is their first reading.Councilor Payne said he was frustrated that the affordability rules of the future are not yet in place. “This happened with another [special use permit] a few weeks ago where we’re in this strange situation where we’re sort of evaluating the Future Land Use Map and zoning map rewrite in mind, but if we’re using that in our evaluation, that will include our framework of inclusionary zoning and affordable housing overlays which are critical to the success of that plan for affordable housing,” Payne said. Councilor Brian Pinkston said he is learning toward support because it did provide more housing close to the University of Virginia. “I’m not able to fully articulate how we square that with point number one which is whether it is harmonious,” Pinkston said. “To some degree I think harmoniousness might be in the eye of the beholder. I will say that in terms of how the design was laid out and that you have seven stories in the front and five stories in the back, I thought there was some care and attention to trying to integrate into the neighborhood.” Snook also said he had issues with the word “harmonious” and said the traditional form of land use control known as “Euclidean zoning” is not good at dealing with change. “It doesn’t allow for us to grow gradually from a little bit of density to a little bit more density,” Snook said. “It allows us to say okay, we’re going to rezone the entire block of the entire neighborhood but it doesn’t let us go bit by bit.” As the Entrance Corridor Review Board, the Planning Commission voted unanimously on a motion to acknowledge there would be an adverse impact, but those impacts can be mitigated through the design process. As the Planning Commission, they consider a motion made by Stolzenberg to recommend approval. The was 4-3 with Stolzenberg, Mitchell, Habbab, and Commission Chair Lyle Solla-Yates voting in favor. Lahendro joined Dowell and Commissioner Liz Russell in voting no.  Help Ting help support Town Crier productions!For one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! 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The Hairstylist Rising Podcast
The Beauty Biz Pricing Episode: How, Why & When To Increase Your Prices As A Hairstylist Or Salon Owner

The Hairstylist Rising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:37


Salon & hairstylist business coach Nina Tulio is back. For those of you who are new listeners, Nina is a powerhouse business coach and owner of N1 Agency. We are talking about a very hot button topic today, yep, price increases.   We chat about Hourly pricing, and A la carte pricing as we dive into this subject and get into the nitty gritty about why you need to re-evaluate your time and pricing!   We talk how pricing can be affected by beauty pro's lifestyle and goals, and we also dig into beauty industry trends, your brand and your business.    There are many instances and reasons WHY hairdressers have to increase prices, and if you haven't upped your prices recently… you don't want to miss this episode.    Things to look at that have been rising and why you need to look at your pricing are:   -Product Cost -Expenses -How far out are you booking? -Cost of living   Whether you are booked and busy or building behind the chair, Nina has got you covered.   Check out Nina at www.Ninatulio.com

Business RadioX ® Network
Learning from a Martial Arts Studio

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


Learning from a Martial Arts Studio A flyer from a martial arts studio offers a lesson to professional services providers who want better results from their business development activities: focus on client outcomes, not inputs such as certifications or experience. The Price and Value Journey is presented by John Ray and produced by the North Fulton studio of Business […]

Abundant Yoga Teacher Podcast
Why It's ALWAYS OK to Change Your Mind About Your Pricing

Abundant Yoga Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 50:02


As I've been sharing over the past couple of months, I'm changing things up in my business and today I'm talking about changing my rates. So if you've ever wondered ‘how much should I charge?' or ‘how do I tell people I'm upping my prices?' this might be a great episode for you!Looking to make your own simple, super user-friendly all-in-one website? Check out Offering Tree (and scoop up some awesome savings) here: www.offeringtree.com/amySupport this show and access bonus episodes and the Abundant Yoga Teacher book and film club for $5 a month via Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/AmyMcDonaldGet ‘Social Media Confidence for Yoga Teachers' for FREE here: http://eepurl.com/h1Fo2LLearn more about my Keep Growing Mastermind here: https://www.amymcdonald.com.au/keepgrowing

Impact Pricing
Value-Based Pricing in the Subscription Economy: Why It's Hard to Perfectly Align Value, Usage, and Pricing with Ed Arnold

Impact Pricing

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 31:38


Ed Arnold works as an Advisor at Ibbaka, a software provider for high growth companies that helps optimize planning and execution of key growth initiatives while improving company performance. He was the VP of Products at LeveragePoint for 10 years, and was able to work with the pricing legend, Tom Nagle. In this episode, Ed talks about the future of value-based pricing in the subscription economy as he discusses how product-led growth companies achieve their initial growth which later on leads to big wins.   Why you have to check out today's podcast: Understand why pricing in value is the key in very clever segmentation in terms of creating user profiles in the market; Find out how product-led growth companies grow from being a small enterprise to being loved by a bigger market Discover companies that are product-led growth businesses and realize how much they've grown since day one   “Understand how your customer gets value from using your product, not from buying it; not in terms of what the product offering is in terms of features, but how they actually use it.”  – Ed Arnold   Topics Covered: 01:03 – Who is Tom Nagle? 01:41 – How Ed got into pricing + creating a tool and working with Tom Nagle 03:07 – Explaining what LeveragePoint is 03:50 – Future of value-based pricing in subscription: Value as a differentiator in the market 07:11 – Buying vs. negotiating a price: Knowing what you're after 11:43 – Product-led growth practice as a brilliant strategy for business 13:55 – What Ed and everybody else likes about PLG – instant gratification 17:43 – Life-changing benefits of Slack 19:15 – Aligning pricing metrics 21:34 – Why usage-based pricing frustrates Mark 23:41 – Changing and having more than one pricing metric 27:13 – Ed's piece of pricing advice for the listeners 28:06 – What Ed thinks about behavioral economics   Key Takeaways: “If you're thinking about what sort of animal you're hunting in the enterprise game, those are the whales. I think value is the only way you can differentiate yourself in the enterprise market.” – Ed Arnold “No corporate buyer ever heard of Slack until thousands of people in their company were already using it. So, in a sense, the business employee is a consumer, and that's how product-led growth companies are getting that initial growth. They're making it so ridiculously easy for people to start using it before the corporate procurement folks or even IT departments have any idea that they're using it. That's what makes that model so, so attractive for investors.” – Ed Arnold “We like to talk about three types of metrics. And you got to link those three together. Ideally, if you can link those three together, you're in Nirvana, because your price is aligned with value and it's aligned with usage and everything is great.” – Ed Arnold “When it's the right thing to do, and it makes sense, it does pay dividends. But it's tough. And I think it's really a leap of faith and doing it.” – Ed Arnold   People / Resources Mentioned: Ibbaka: https://www.ibbaka.com/ The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing by Tom Nagle: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1138737518/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tpbk_p1_i0 Monitor: https://www2.deloitte.com/global/ LeveragePoint: https://www.leveragepoint.com/ Salesforce: https://www.salesforce.com/ Slack: https://www.slack.com/ Calendly: https://calendly.com/ Zoom: https://www.zoom.us/   Connect with Ed Arnold: Email: arnold@ibbaka.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edarnold1/   Connect with Mark Stiving: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/ Email: mark@impactpricing.com  

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories
136 - The Most Profitable Pricing and Repricing Strategies

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 17:23


How can you sell at the highest possible price while still getting consistent sales? Today on The Full-Time FBA Show, we are unpacking four of the most important manual repricing strategies and comparing them to automatic repricing tools to help you make the most profit on your Amazon sales. We also talk about how repricing doesn't necessarily have to be downwards -- and when to reprice upwards. We discuss the pros and cons of using Amazon's free Automate Pricing tool and explore the reasons BQool is a better option. In this episode we also teach you why an automatic repricing tool is the best repricing method for long-term success.

Succession Stories
92: The Paradox of Pricing Power: Ask More, Earn More - Per Sjöfors

Succession Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 32:01


How you set your pricing strategy affects your profitability, ability to break even, and your chance at success. Per Sjöfors is the author of The Price Whisperer and CEO of Sjöfors & Partners. Per has made it his life's work to make pricing practical and actionable, and has helped over 600 clients substantially increase sales and profits. He joins host Laurie Barkman to discuss his firm's methodology of buyer psychology, market research, and machine learning, and how this ties into pricing, affecting sales volume, customer segmentation, profitability, and company valuation.   Listen in to learn more about: Why competitive based pricing may not always be the best strategy Value based pricing based on the value customers accrue and are willing to pay for Factoring practical behavioral economics into pricing Ensuring your products/services are priced to attract high value customers How slight price adjustments can improve profitability exponentially The relation between value perception and price   Show Links: https://sjofors.com/ https://www.persjofors.com/   About Succession Stories Podcast Succession Stories is hosted by Laurie Barkman, the Business Transition Sherpa-- guiding business owners through the process from "transition to transaction." Learn more at https://smalldotbig.com  Book a 1:1 Advisory call at: www.meetlauriebarkman.com lbarkman@smalldotbig.com   We appreciate your support...subscribe, share, and post a review to share what you like about the show!     Is this the year to sell your company? Don't leave your exit to chance. Stony Hill Advisors works with owners like you to get ready and maximize value when you're ready to sell. Visit www.stonyhilladvisors.com/podcast for a complimentary business valuation.

CPQ Podcast
Interview with Andy Pieroux and Ingmar Hermans from Walpole Partnership

CPQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 32:15


In this episode you hear from Andy Pieroux, Founder & Managing Director + Ingmar Hermans, Senior Managing Partner at Walpole Partnership. This IT consultancy is based in the UK + both have 20+ years of business experience. Here they talk about CPQ Solutions they support, the top CPQ related customer requirements they see and much more walpolepartnership.com    LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ingmarhermans/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/apieroux/  andy@walpolepartnership.com    ingmar@walpolepartnership.com  

Grab Life by the Goals
44. Join Our Squad!! Introducing the Grab Life By the Goals Squad Membership | Origin Story, Pricing, FAQs, and More!

Grab Life by the Goals

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 31:43


Ahhhhhh!! You guys!!! The Grab Life by the Goals Squad Membership is HERE!!! My #1 question over the years has been “how do I join your squad?,” and until now the answer has been to enroll in one of my coaching programs. Now, for an annual fee or monthly payment plan, you can become a squad member today! As a member of our squad, you'll get access to all my courses and trainings, weekly business and life coaching calls, and guest expert trainings with our avengers every single week! It doesn't even end there… You'll also join us for our annual goal setting retreat starting January 2023 and mini retreats and in-person events in Charlotte, NC (soon to be all over the U.S… and Cabo one day too!). If you're pumped to join, click here to learn more and enroll in the membership today!   Join the Squad here!!: https://www.laurenwidrick.com/squad    Resources mentioned: Listen to Episode 36: Why Adulting Is Sexy with Jessica Lackey   Some key takeaways from today's episode: If you're wondering if the big dream and vision you have for your business is possible and profitable, the answer is probably yes. Push yourself outside of your own boundaries of what a “good business model” could be, and explore every possibility.  The Grab Life By the Goals SQUAD Membership is officially open, and in this membership you'll get twice weekly coaching, guest experts, access to my course and training library, and annual January goal setting retreat, and mini retreats throughout the year in Charlotte and wherever else our squadmates might live! Come connect with incredible humans who are starting businesses, making quantum leaps in life, and so much more!  Even if you're not an entrepreneur, if you're passionate about living your fullest life, having an amazing career, or just being surrounded by incredible badasses, this group is for you! If you're still on the fence, book a 15-minute clarity call with me and we'll chat through it (no boner-poking I promise!).   Grab Life By the Goals is THE podcast for passionate, badass entrepreneurs who want to change their lives by starting and growing a business on their own terms. On this show, host Lauren Widrick, your sales and life coach with a penchant for dick jokes, will guide you through building your revenue-generating sales skills, finding your “I'm the G.O.A.T.” swagger, creating time and money freedom, and having SO MUCH FUN along the way. If you're ready to build the business and life of your dreams, I hope you'll subscribe and tune into our new episodes every Sunday morning. To chat with Lauren about her programs and offers, click the “Let's Talk!” button at https://www.laurenwidrick.com/.    Connect with me! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/laurenwidrick/  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-widrick/  YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4l52qrAIGaED6yw_23wHgw  Join the Grab Life by the Goals Community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/grablifebythegoalscommunity Website - https://www.laurenwidrick.com/ 

NERDSoul • Your Week in Geek
Pocket Bravery's Gameplay, Video Game Pricing, MC Hammer & Racism in the FGC | NERDSoul Gaming

NERDSoul • Your Week in Geek

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 109:23


HDTV and Home Theater Podcast
Podcast #1051: Sony's 2022 Lineup with Availability and Pricing

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022


This week we take a look at Sony’s 2022 TVs and Projectors with availability and pricing information. We also read your emails and take a look at the week’s news.

Bad Signal with Courtney Fallon
Ryen Russillo's NBA Shakedown: #MiamiHEAT Depth & Experience, Boston-Milwaukee Series "A Proper War," Giannis' game, No NFL Schedule Release for Ryen.

Bad Signal with Courtney Fallon

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 59:51


Big brother of the program Ringer's Ryen Russillo joins for an NBA special hour to breakdown everything Eastern Conference Semifinals. (1:01) Where did your hatred for the Celtics come from? (3:06) Favorite NBA playoff saying? (6:13) Russillo's take on Brady's MONSTER TV gig. (10:15) Are Live TV rights on streaming services ruining the sports fan experience? (13:45) Red Sox team 2021 was great, such a let down now. (15:30) Red Sox rotation has gone from bad to worst. (17:14) Can Doc Rivers save his job with the Sixers? (19:20) James Harden is MADENNING to watch, concerning mindset. (22:47) BAM Adebayo is the XFactor. (24:55) Crediting Adam Simon and the Miami HEAT developmental program. (29:00) Pricing the market for Tyler Herro and potential max deal. (32:11) Daryl Morey pays Harden? (34:25) Rule 1: #FadeRussillo at all times (35:25) National Media ‘Flip-Floppers!' Calling you out! (38:55) Boston-Milwaukee series ‘A Proper War' – Thoughts (41:50) Jaylen Brown's consistency. (46:05) PJ Tucker impact on this Heat team. (47:53) Eastern Conference Finals Predictions. (49:02) Why don't you care about the NFL schedule release, RYEN? No no no… because I REALLY like the NBA. Like subscribe and follow to the program! Bad Signal is presented by BettorEdge - use code COURTNEY for $20.

Daily Success Show with Jamila Payne
Selling at Your Level of Belief

Daily Success Show with Jamila Payne

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:08


Pricing your offers can be challenging. Especially if there are tons of money objections coming from your potential clients. But here's the truth … When you set a value based price for your signature service, you are setting yourself up to attract higher-quality clients. You know, the ones who are willing to do the work. Because when you invest in yourself at a higher level, your clients will show up differently.  For this Breadwinning Women Podcast episode, I'm going to tell you how to get out of the cycle of undervaluing your offers, how to connect with the clients you want to work with and be the example of what's possible for them too. You will learn … Understand the mindset shifts in pricing your offer profitably and in a way that it takes you tons of clients to fit a sustainable level of revenue; Why it's more profitable to charge for the value of the transformation you create rather than charging your worth; The important belief principles you need to to remember when it comes to pricing profitably, and more; And if you need more support in implementing these shifts in selling or pricing your offer   … Then Breadwinners Mastermind is right for you. Breadwinners Mastermind is our signature program for women that want to systemize, sell and deliver a high-end signature service without working more hours  You're ready to increase the number of clients that your working with, get greater client results, grow your revenue, and have the lifestyle freedom that you desire and deserve.

Pricing Nature
10. Tax Ourselves? Why Companies and Institutions Are Pricing Their Own Emissions

Pricing Nature

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:26


What is “internal” carbon pricing? And why are more and more private companies and institutions using the tool to reduce their emissions? We hear from Elizabeth Willmott (Microsoft, Carbon Program Director), Anirban Ghosh (Chief Sustainability Officer, Mahindra Group), Kim Hellstrom (Strategy Lead, Sustainability, H&M Group), Alex Barron (Assistant Professor, Environmental Science and Policy, Smith College … Continue reading 10. Tax Ourselves? Why Companies and Institutions Are Pricing Their Own Emissions →

Marketing for the Uninhibited
Ep. 144: Marketing for Makers with the Small Business Sisters

Marketing for the Uninhibited

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 61:12


Welcome back to the Marketing For The Uninhibited Podcast! I'm very excited to share my conversation with two real life sisters, Jenni and Christina, who both started their own separate businesses and have now come together to share about business and personal growth. We get really personal as they open up about their struggles with marketing, investing in their business and how personal growth plays a role in how we accept ourselves.  Inside the episode we'll talk about:  How they manage their businesses with everything else in life. Prioritizing their time so they can pursue other creative passions. How to approach marketing in a holistic way. Pricing and the mind drama it creates.   If you got some amazing takeaways from this episode, share it with me in a review for the show, pop that on Instagram and tag me in it!    Connect with the Small Business Sisters: Instagram: @_smallbusinesssisters Podcast: https://smallbusinesssisters.podbean.com   Connect & Work with Miranda: https://marketinguninhibited.com/work-with-me/ Use code PODCAST50 to get 50%  off your Marketing Unlocked one-time marketing intensive. Learn more about it here.  

The Agency Accelerator
5 Easy Strategies to Implement Value Pricing & Selling in Your Agency

The Agency Accelerator

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:17


Everyone talks about the concepts of value-pricing and value-selling and it sounds really good in theory. But in reality, a lot of agencies don't know how to apply it or are too scared to start taking a value pricing approach. So they go back to their tried and tested ways of pricing on fixed project fees or selling on time. So in today's podcast, I want to give you five tips and strategies that you can begin using right away to start moving towards a value-based pricing and a value-based selling approach.  Time Stamp [01:08] Today's episode is sponsored by my free masterclass: “3 ways to raise your agency's prices and profits without losing clients”. I'm running this workshop 4 times this month (if you're listening live) or you'll be able to watch a replay. So check out the link below and invest 60 minutes of your time to learn some practical strategies that you can start implementing straight away.  [01:33] A story of toothache to explain value-pricing [02:34] A definition of value-based selling [02:56] An example of quoting for a web design project [03:29] 5 strategies to move towards a value-based pricing and selling approach that will enable you to charge higher fees and create strong relationships with your clients [03:50] Strategy 1: From the first conversation you have with a prospect focus on the outcomes they are looking for and how they tie back to their business goals [05:45] Strategy 2: Make sure you understand how the wider business will assess the success of your campaign, not just the marketing resource that you might be dealing with.  [6:19] Strategy 3: When you agree to write a proposal make sure you're constantly referencing the outcomes that the client is seeking from your work.   [06:38] Strategy 4: Price on the outcomes. This doesn't mean you're making any kind of guarantees or offering ‘payment by results', it just means that you are getting everyone's mind focused on the transformation the client is looking for from being in pain to not being in pain. [07:23] Strategy 5: Don't discount! If they want a lower fee and discuss which aspects of the project they don't want to include! [07:55] Pricing is 50% mindset and 50% application Quotations “Getting your pricing right is 50% mindset and 50% application” - Rob Da Costa “Brave agencies will spend 90% of their time in a prospect meeting in fact-find mode and 10% presenting their agency” - Rob Da Costa Rate, Review, & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts “I enjoy listening to The Agency Accelerator Podcast. I always learn something from every episode.” If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing my show! This helps me support more people — just like you — move towards a Self-Running Agency. Scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode! Also, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Subscribe now! Useful links mentioned in this episode: Download my FREE guide on value-pricing & value-sellingJoin my FREE masterclass on value-pricing and value-selling

Merchant Sales Podcast
The Best Merchant Portfolio to Build (Not Cash Discounting or Dual Pricing)

Merchant Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:13


I believe a portfolio that grows exponentially without your involvement in the pinnacle of residual income. That is the opportunity that exists by selling software companies that service small business owners. Integrated your payment processing with their software allows you add a new MID every time they sell a new client. Tilled makes it easy to integrate payments into any software solution and allows the software company to remove the merchant enrollment barriers while increase income. Check out this edition of the Merchant Sales Insight to learn more!

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Exploring American Sparkling Wine w/ Michael Cruse, Ultramarine & Cruse Wine Co

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:38


Sparkling wine is trending at the moment and no brand best embodies the trend more than cult California sparkling wine producer Ultramarine. Michael Cruse, the founder of Ultramarine and Cruse Wine Co, explains how he developed a passion for sparkling wine that led to his accidental success. He covers how Ultramarine took off, techniques and production practices that have business implications he took from Champagne, pricing, and his view on sales channels. Detailed Show Notes: UltramarineStarted in 2008, 1st real vintage was 2010Sparkling wine in CA that focuses on coastal single vineyards, high acid, single vintagePrecise production style - not copying Champagne, but taking some techniques and applying them to CAHarvest ~1,000 cases/year, ~500-750 cases make the cut for releaseLimited ability to grow (due to lack of suitable fruit sources), target ~1,200-1,500 case rangeCruse Wine CoStarted in 2013, supposed to be a custom crush facilityInitially not for sparkling wine, an interest in ValdiguieLater realized his passion was in sparkling wine - does pet nats, more experimental, more oxidative stylesFocus on CA as a whole vs. coastal vineyards of Ultramarine~7,000 cases/year (2018 was peak ~8,500 cases)The capital intensity of producing sparklingCruse Tradition takes ~40 months to make which means 3 vintages must be paid for before selling any wine (e.g. - fruit, glass ($2+/bottle), etc…) - this limits growthUltramarine spends 38-48 months en tirage, found this to be its sweet spotSparkling wine equipmentBought own equipment vs. doing custom crush at Rack & Riddle - partially due to using a bottle that they would not takeFollows many Champagne producers - they may use co-op press, but do own elevage and disgorgementUses a gyropalette, which requires some bentonite (riddling aid)Long term relationship with growers is important -> growing sparkling is different than still wine grapesVarietal impact on winemakingChardonnay - less fruit, more minerality - be more reductive to preserve fruitPinot Noir - more fruit, less minerality - be more oxidative to get more mineralityPricingValue spaces (~$20-25/bottle), e.g. - Gloria Ferrer, Roederer Estate, Cruse doesn't have the scale or capital to compete hereDoesn't think he can sell 10,000 cases @ $70/bottleBelieves he can sell 5-10,000 cases @ $45-55/bottleUnclear how Champagne price inflation will impact market opportunity for domestic sparklingUltramarine secondary pricing - goes for 3x release price; believes it's only ~30 bottles/year @ $200/bottle, could not sell entire production at that price pointSales channelsCruse - ⅓ DTC, ⅓ domestic wholesale, ⅓ export (Asia - Japan, Singapore strong)Ultramarine - 90-95% DTC - believes sweet spot is ~80% DTC to get more into restaurantsUltramarine mailing listBig supporters early on propelled the brand (e.g. - the NYC crew of Patrick Cappiello, Levi Dalton, and Pascaline Lepeltier)Instagram helped to fuel growthTook 3 releases (2012 release) to get a waiting listWine Berserkers also helpedCruse launch planNo real plan initially focused on friends & familyHardy Wallace helped get wines in front of distributorsRelationships with certain wine critics helpThe website is unintentionally sparse but does longer allocation emails Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast
How to Achieve Award Winning Dramatic Makeovers!

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:23


We invite you to contribute to our podcast (click below):Refinishing TipAccolades to Another RefinisherBeginner's Bucket QuestionIf This Piece Could Talk---------------------------------------------Jess Randall with Refreshed by Jess chats on how to create award winning dramatic makeovers, plus she shares about here winning piece in the Golden Brush Awards.---------------------------------------------Introduction to Jess:   • Where she lives, her studio and business   • Chats about prices in her area   • First Zibra Flip WinnerWinner of the Dramatic Makeover category in Zibra's International Golden Brush Awards:   • Tells where she found her piece   • Describes her piece   • Shares how she goes through her design process   • Discuses the paint colors she choseJess shares how to create dramatic makeovers:   • Choosing those pieces that need a makeover   • Don't compare your work to others   • Drama is in the eye of the artist   • Envisioning drama into your piece   • Ask for feedback from friends   • Where inspiration comes from---------------------------------------------Refinishing Tip: "Work with what you have"  Connie with Faff DesignsZibra Flip Update: It's underway! Jen Talley with Perfectly Imperfect FurnitureWorking on their Ugly Ducklings:     • Kate with Kate's Reclaimed   • Tiff with Ugly Ducklings Recycled   • Erin with Crafts with Erin   • Nicole with Restorations Design Co.Accolades: Anja with Annoush Designs gives accolades to Christian with A Most Simple Home

The Driven Woman
Therapist vs Coach: What's the Difference?

The Driven Woman

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 45:38


One of the topics I am asked for my opinion on most often is the confusion between therapy and coaching.  I guess you could say I am uniquely qualified to address this topic because before I trained and certified as a coach, I was a licensed psychotherapist for over twenty years.  It has become a complicated, contradictory and at times controversial subject and one that a growing number of people are talking about. After being asked this question in a number of interviews on other podcasts, I decided it was time to discuss it on The Driven Woman.  The point here is not that therapists are better, safer, or more competent across the board.  I know many fine coaches who do excellent work and hold themselves to standards of integrity and ethics that equal those of any licensed therapist. I have also known a number of therapists who were mediocre at best.  In this episode, I hope to raise awareness, stimulate some thinking, and most of all, encourage people to trust their intuition and do their homework.   In this episode, I make the offer to personally respond to anyone who has a follow-up question on this subject after listening to the full episode.  The options are:  DM me at IG @coachdiannwingert or email me at diann@diannwingertcoaching.com.   Discussed in this episode: How do therapists and coaches differ in terms of their credentials: training, licensing, certification, and regulation The connection between the medical model and mental health stigma Unsung heroes: bartenders, personal trainers, massage therapists, and hair stylistsThe big issues:  boundaries, confidentiality, privacy, dual relationships Insight and healing or growth and goal achievementShould you work with both a therapist and a coach at the same time? Pricing and packaging of therapy vs coaching and how this influences our expectations and outcomes Also mentioned: ICF (International Coach Federation) https://coachingfederation.org/Two of the podcast interviews I have done on this subject:My Simplified Life Podcast: https://apple.co/3BMNKuaCreative Magic Club Podcast: https://apple.co/3wI9mVXHave you closed the gap between where you are and where you want to be in your business?  Do you know which beliefs and habits are standing in your way?   I created a quiz with 6 common problems that interfere with our success as solopreneurs.  Take my FREE quiz and get your personalized result, and more importantly, what you can do about it. What's Holding You Back?   https://bit.ly/obstaclesquizIf you are the kind of entrepreneur who learns as much from others as you do when you and your business are the sole focus, my brand new group membership program is starting soon and the first step is to get on the waitlist. Click here to be notified of all the details: Group Coaching Waitlist So, that's all for now, Driven Woman!  Please join us next week for another amazing guest interview with Deanna Seymour, a graphic designer, and former art teacher who joins me to talk about being our true selves and breaking a few rules in social media and online business. 

The Merriweather Council Podcast
5 Sneaky Signs you Need to Adjust the Pricing of your Handmade Products

The Merriweather Council Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 13:18


Worried you might be you are underpricing your handmade product? I'm glad it's on your mind because pricing properly is the foundation on which you build a sustainable business. Regardless of your niche, style, medium, or experience level, pricing properly is key to having a handmade business that can endure, grow, and thrive. To put it simply: if you aren't pricing for profit, you don't have a business; you have a hobby. There is nothing wrong with hobbies, of course, but they are best when you know you have one, not when you are trying to accomplish something else for a year and then realize you were on the wrong track. In this episode, I reveal the 5 sneaky signs that you need to adjust your pricing. For all the links mentioned in this episode and for full show notes, please visit merriweathercouncilblog.com/164    For a full list of all Merripodcast episodes, visit merripodcast.com.

Up Level Project
113: Pricing your business services for sustainability in tricky economic times

Up Level Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 8:36


We've been walloped with inflation and more uncertain economic times. Have you adjusted your pricing? Listen to this quick clip from seven-figure business owner Janice Carte, where we talk pricing and landing ideal clients. Listen to the clip, and you'll learn: What to remember when it comes to pricing and your brand position  How service providers can land more ideal clients  For more information visit: hannekeantonelli.com/ep112 Grab a copy of The Up Level Project book here: TheUpLevelProjectBook.com

The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas
Pricing Stress of a Landscaping Business in 2022

The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 16:48


Starting a landscaping business can get scary at first. Sometimes, customers will say no to your service only because of how much you charge. The goal is to get as legit as you can, to see that you're fully insured and licensed, but at the very beginning, you might not be able to afford to do that. Your fears about costs and all those things are real. But, if it's not legit and the pricing isn't proper, you can lose your whole business; you can lose everything. So today, I'm here not to discourage you but to encourage you by talking about it. As Tony Robbins says, the quality of your life is directly proportional to the amount of uncertainty you can comfortably live with.     “Get scientific about your pricing. Get mathematical. Do the math. Find out what's your break-even point. How much money do you want to make off this? What are the numbers? The numbers don't lie. Stick to the numbers. Find it out for you, what you gotta do. And then get good at marketing and advertising. Always be marketing, sharing your business on social media, and following up with customers. So you don't feel trapped and stuck.”  – Keith Kalfas     Why do you have to listen to today's episode. 02:05 – There will be times when you'll feel wrong about how much you charge. Your fears are real, but still, do the necessary math. 08:34 – Deal with your fears. When the customer says, you charge too high, stand your ground. Be confident. 12:33 – Doing a business doesn't have to be a living hell. Have an abundance mindset and live by it. 14:26 – Do the math and find out your breakeven point so you won't feel trapped and stuck.     Key Takeaways “There's a part of you and your business owners that once you are fully aboveboard, you start to feel bad, you feel like, Oh my God, do these customers think I'm greedy or scam artists or rip off? Do they actually understand?”   “I don't know where you're at or what your business is. I gotta charge 145 per yard installed. I don't know how much mulch you've installed in your life. I've done 1000s of yards of mulch. Maybe you've done 1000s of yards. That doesn't include bed prep. But when you're pitchforking the mulch around the plants and making it clean, you do it fast, but it's also tedious work and time-consuming.”   “Here's what happens in your first years of the business. You say that this year, I'm sticking to my guns and charging this much. If the customer says no, then that's what it is. But when jobs don't come in, and the customers start saying no to your new higher price, you get scared, cave in, and do it for the old price because you're terrified of losing that customer. But once you have enough momentum in the game, you know that everything's gonna be okay.”   “If you're in business, first, take care of your customers and provide a great service to the community, all the good stuff, but you also need to make a profit so you can take care of your family so that you can save for retirement so that you can grow your business so that you can live a happy, healthy life too.”     Connect with Keith   Facebook Instagram  YouTube LinkedIn Website       Resources/People Mentioned:   My Website: Official Site Keith Kalfas My Podcast Page: The UNTRAPPED Podcast My FREE Marketing Guide: Seven Steps to Marketing Your Business My Resources: Resources My online courses: Business Money Basics and Business Marketing Blueprint If you're looking for probably the greatest software ever to run your business, go to www.getjobber.com/keith and receive 20% off your first six months once you use Keith's link to sign up. Looking to maximize your production in the field? Ballard Products has over 300 products to help you get the most out of your efforts every day. Also, don't forget to use Keith's promo code “Keith 10” and save 10% off anything in the online store. Please leave us a well-written, positive 5-star review if you liked the show. You may click here  

Artist Academy
208. Pitching & Pricing Murals with Tarabella Aversa

Artist Academy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 46:49


This week's episode on the Artist Academy Podcast features Nashville-based muralist Tarabella Aversa.I love talking with fellow muralists about the day-to-day tasks, the customer outreach, and most of all, the money that comes from this line of work. It's so funny the similarities that all of these muralists from across the globe have, but I'm intrigued every time someone tells me something different.In this interview, Tarabella talks about starting out with photo op-art, which gave her the exposure to kick start her mural career (same as me), but there were so many differences in our pricing strategies (I price by the hour, and she prices by square foot) and our artist competition demographics (a male-dominated crowd surrounds her and all I see are other female muralists).There's no 100% correct way to break into this industry which is why I love giving you a variety of methods from a variety of artists so that YOU can decide for yourself the best way to go about it.Let me know what you think of this week's episode with Tarabella Aversa.www.ArtistAcademy.co www.artistacademy.co/muralmaster https://www.instagram.com/tmamurals/

The Hair Game
Ep. 244 • Getting Out of Jail & Into Beauty School w/ Amber Marie

The Hair Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:10


Stylist and salon owner Amber Marie @duchessofthedolls struggled with addiction and found herself in trouble.... she shares her story finding rehab and the challenge of getting into school due to her past. We also discuss specific topics from her hairstylist brand & business platform Hair Money Mindset @digitalhighsociety, such as pricing formulas and tips to build your book. This week's topics: • How she came up with her IG name  • Her struggle with alcohol addiction  • Hair Money Mindset - Her brand & business building platform  - Pricing formulas to avoid charging with your heart  - Tips to build out your books digitally and in person  Have you left a review for The Hair Game Podcast yet? This month's winner got a 1-year subscription to Hairbrained online education! To enter, just leave a review on the Apple podcasts app or iTunes. ⁣⁣Don't forget to leave your Instagram handle so we can find you!⁠ FOLLOW US http://www.instagram.com/thehairgamepodcast http://www.instagram.com/salonrepublic http://www.instagram.com/loveerictaylor http://www.facebook.com/salonrepublic  

The Hair Game
HIGHLIGHTS • Getting Out of Jail & Into Beauty School w/ Amber Marie

The Hair Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 10:16


We've taken clips highlighting some of the topics discussed in the full episode and put them together here! Check it out if you want a bite-sized version of the full episode. Stylist and salon owner Amber Marie @duchessofthedolls struggled with addiction and found herself in trouble.... she shares her story finding rehab and the challenge of getting into school due to her past. We also discuss specific topics from her hairstylist brand & business platform Hair Money Mindset @digitalhighsociety, such as pricing formulas and tips to build your book. This week's topics: • How she came up with her IG name  • Her struggle with alcohol addiction  • Hair Money Mindset - Her brand & business building platform  - Pricing formulas to avoid charging with your heart  - Tips to build out your books digitally and in person  Have you left a review for The Hair Game Podcast yet? This month's winner got a 1-year subscription to Hairbrained online education! To enter, just leave a review on the Apple podcasts app or iTunes. ⁣⁣Don't forget to leave your Instagram handle so we can find you!⁠ FOLLOW US http://www.instagram.com/thehairgamepodcast http://www.instagram.com/salonrepublic http://www.instagram.com/loveerictaylor http://www.facebook.com/salonrepublic  

That Aged Well
Freeway - BJ Pricing, Bathroom Guns & a Racism Test

That Aged Well

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 90:41


Hoo-boy, folks, we've got a tiger by the tail for you this week. Erika and Paul are talking 1996's Freeway starring Reese Witherspoon and Kiefer Sutherland and, frankly, they are reeling. This updated take on Little Red Riding Hood is a film that neither of them can figure out, but it sure is fun to listen to them try!