Please Note: There is a revised, expanded, and enhanced version of “Pay What It’s Worth” being published by Integral Publishers, (likely) available late 2017. In purchasing this PDF ebook now, you will automatically receive the new book (in PDF form) upon its release.
WHAT KIND OF GROWTH COULD BE POSSIBLE IF YOU DIDN’T LIMIT THE VALUE OF YOUR OFFERINGS?
In 2009, I began a fascinating journey into exploring what’s truly at the heart of business, pricing and it’s exchanges. Exploring pricing models for my new business, I found myself asking — “What if I approached setting prices from a different angle; what if I don’t set prices? What if instead I create a system for supporting my customer in fairly determining the value of what they’re receiving?”
Business is about creating trust, building relationships, and the exchange of energy — in the forms of money, time, talent and other our resources — and I mused that not setting a limit on the value of these exchanges could be of great benefit to me, and my stakeholders.
BUSINESS AS MUTUAL BENEFIT, CONNECTION, AND EXCHANGE
Why would a business owner choose to not set prices? And how could this choice build a sustainable system for valuing their goods/services and growing their business? These are the questions explored in Pay What It’s Worth.
INTEGRITY AS A TOOL FOR REDESIGNING THE SYSTEMS AROUND YOU
It’s tricky business to be generous in a way that is nourishing and sustainable. To not set prices AND build a strong, sustainable business, it’s necessary to look closely at your language and logic around money and finances and explore how it supports and limits your intentions and actions, and those of your customer.
ON YOUR JOURNEY INTO PWIW, YOU’LL
- learn more about this pricing system, while being supported in creating an elegant and sturdy framework for implementing it
- recognize, redesign and take responsibility for the systems and economy you find yourself in, and receive building blocks to create change in these systems
- evaluate your relationship with money and value exchanges and design them closer to the kind of life you want
If you’re open to not setting prices, AND you want to fairly value yourself and your customer, this ebook supports you in shaping a sustainable pricing system for all your business stakeholders.
There is a revised, expanded, and enhanced version of “Pay What It’s Worth” being published by Integral Publishers, (likely) available late 2017.
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