That call comes just after a long-term coaching client leaves. She’s young and ambitious, but she needs more help.
You try to craft the right email to let her know she will have to extend her lessons.
Sure. You’re pocketing more cash, but the results aren’t the same.
You’re convinced your voice coaching lessons aren’t worth the money. Deep down, you wonder if your prices are too high.
This is how it feels to base your worth on a dollar sign.
You check your bank account online more than you read up on marketing your business.
Once you start to obsess over how to stretch your next paycheck, you suffer. Your voice coaching business suffers. You don’t get ahead.