Finding the line between being generous and over-giving in business, especially when you’re offering free value, can be tricky to walk for many heart-centered and service-driven entrepreneurs.
After all, you know being willing to share value and build know, like, and trust before you ask for a sale is not only feel-good, but also smart business strategy.
You’ve probably also heard, ‘Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?’ and wondered where to draw the line.
Or maybe you just keep finding yourself ‘friend-zoned’ with potential clients you’re coaching for free in the DMs and don’t know how to side-step this without undermining the relationships you’re building.
Join me in this bite-size biz lesson, and my unapologetic answer to one of your unapologetic questions in You Asked, I Answered: ONE Question About Navigating Boundaries When Giving Free Value.
In Episode 136, we jam on:
how to understand the context in which free serves you and your potential clients, and when to set a clear boundary.
my thought process behind offering free versus paid that you’re welcome to try on for size, and how this supports your ability to offer an abundance of free value, and also hold your paid containers to a high standard.
how to navigate FB groups and DMs without turning into a free-advice machine so you’re teaching others to respect your time, skills, and service.
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