How much am I worth to my business? What should I pay myself?

how much am i worth to my business, loren weisman, keynote speaker, branding strategist

How much am I worth to my business? What should I pay myself? The podcast blog supplement for iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really OK Podcast Episode 10, Why should I dream small at first for my business and my vision?how much am I worth to my business, wait what really ok, dolphins

How much am I worth to my business? What should I pay myself?

As you build up your vision and envision the profits you will make soon, make sure you answer the question about how much I am worth to my business with humility and consideration.

From attracting other investors to spending the money you need in the right places, should you really be paid what you feel you are worth? Or, would it be better to put money into the creation, distribution, promotion, marketing and sales that much more?

How much am I worth to my business? I’m Priceless!!!

While you are priceless and while your idea may be priceless, you need to stay grounded. Many start businesses where they do not take a penny and take the slower approach of going full time as it is much more viable as well as possible and realistic.

Yes, you want to go full time now. Yes, some investment money came in, but will that money be returned that much quicker if it is going to pay you instead of being allocated to other parts of the business?

How much am I worth to my business? Enough to launch it correctly?

Be fair to your time, to your efforts but also to the business as a whole and the people that are investing in it. At the same time, when you show a business plan that pays you top dollar right from the start, that can push potential investors away and keep you from funding.

When you ask, how much am I worth to my business as you decide what to pay yourself, stay grounded, stay professional and stay considerate to the needs, requirements, and budget for the business and not just a quick way for you to start making big money, quickly.how much am I worth to my business, wait what really ok, why should I dream small

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Senior Branding Strategist and Keynote Speaker for Create Wealth Communities, Loren Weisman aligns, defines and designs individualized branding, marketing & content planning for start-up and established businesses.
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About Loren Weisman 99 Articles
Senior Branding Strategist and Partner for Create Wealth Communities, Loren Weisman aligns, defines and designs individualized branding, marketing & content planning for start-up and established businesses. For more info on CWealthC or Loren's consulting  and speaking, visit: https://LorenWeisman.com/ https://CWealthC.com/ https://Linkkle.com/CWealthC

1 Comment

  1. This episode makes so much sense. having a big dream is fantastic but it is those milestones along the way that we can see are what keep us on track if we don’t plan for these how can we know we are moving forward toward that big dream at all. Thank you for the value Loren!

    Marc

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