I’ve been in Australia for the past two weeks and while I’ve been here, I’ve had some really interesting restaurant experiences that can help bring some context to the “pricing” conversation.

And I’ve made no secret about how I’m a big fan of premium pricing and how it beneficial it is for you and your clients.

It’s really interesting how the restaurants price their meals in Australia compared to North America.

In our world, we intentionally decided that we did not want to be the cheapest on the market.  The reason why is because we wanted to ensure that our clients got amazing support and service, which in turn produces better results for them.  We want to offer a better quality experience and a better quality service.

It’s all about focusing on providing your clients the best possible service and outcome.

If you feel you’re undervalued for the services you provide and don’t know how to go about charging premium prices, and you’d like our help with that, to to www.workwithyuri.com and book a call with us.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 03:00 – Introducing Today’s Topic

03:00 – 04:40 – Paying For Better Quality Experience

04:40 – 06:00 – The Ethical Debate Of Charging More As A Health and Fitness Coach

06:00 – 07:00- It All Comes Down To Service

07:00 – 08:14 – Wrap Up With Yuri


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If you’re running Facebook ads and they’re not performing like you would like them to, then you’ll want to tune in to our last episode: Why Your Facebook Ads Aren’t Working.

When your Facebook ads are not working the way you want them to, there’s usually a disconnect between the message and the market.

We have been running a lot of Facebook ads and I’ve got some big lessons we learned from our Facebook ad campaigns you’ll want to pay close attention to and take notes as I give you the low down on what we’ve discovered works and what doesn’t work.