When to Raise your Rates[PODCAST]

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Rebroadcast | Pediatrician reports—why bother? Lactation Business Coaching with Annie and Leah

So much of it really comes down to our mindset around money and how we view money. How we feel comfortable or not comfortable with the idea of talking about money and knowing that we deserve money.

—  Leah Jolly

 

In today’s episode, we’re tackling a subject that can make hearts pound and palms sweat: raising your rates in your business. 

We open up about the challenges of pricing our services, sharing personal experiences and insights into the uncomfortable yet necessary discussions about when and how to raise rates. 

Listen in as we unravel the complexities of money mindset, emphasizing the significance of charging what you’re worth to avoid burnout and maintain the financial health of your business.

Listen now to discover:‌ ‌ 

  • Having the uncomfortable money talks (1:48)
  • Valuing your services and what you provide to your clients (3:28)
  • Finding the middle ground in pricing your services (6:33)
  • How to raise your insurance rates (18:53)

“Scan the market. How often do you look at what other people are charging? How do you keep your awareness of the area that you’re in and what others are charging?”

—  Leah Jolly

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Highlights:‌ 

1:48 – Uncomfortable money talks

3:28 – Valuing your services

6:33 – Finding the middle ground 

9:47 – Childhood money mindset

18:53 – Raising your insurance rates

21:29 – Assessing the cost of living


About Us

Leah Jolly is a private practice IBCLC with Bay Area Breastfeeding in Houston, Texas. Annie Frisbie is a private practice IBCLC serving Queens and Brooklyn in New York City, and the creator of Paperless Lactation.

The Lactation Business Coaching podcast is produced by us and edited by Jillian Grover, who also writes our show notes. Our theme song is by Silas Wade.

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