Something has been stirring up within me over the last few weeks and now I feel like it’s time to speak up and let y’all know my thoughts on this podcast.

The whole concept of generational healing is something that keeps coming up again and again, so I wanted to get into just how much of a dynamic role it plays when it comes to both us as individuals, and in terms of building our businesses.

Did you know that women of color are establishing businesses at a faster rate than any other demographic out there? While this is amazing, the problem is that women of color aren’t making anywhere near as much money as other demographics. We’re either failing in our entrepreneurial endeavors or we’re content with mediocrity when it comes to financial earnings.

In order to understand why this is happening, we need to take a close look at what’s needed in terms of generational healing. For me, it boils down to two key issues: value and worth.

But know this…

Things have changed, somewhat. Opportunities are opening up all around you, and your voice matters. Thanks to the likes of Facebook and countless other platforms, your voice can now be heard.

On the other hand, just because you simply state a price, it doesn’t mean you’re going to get paid that amount. In order to get paid, you actually have to show up and do the work. You have to learn how to articulate why you’re worth the amount you’re charging. Afterward, you have to continually show up and deliver.

Understand that there is no glass ceiling on your earning potential when you know how to sell and communicate the value of your skillset. The only limit is yourself.

Key Highlights of the Episode

This episode was extremely actionable and insightful. Here are a few key highlights:

  • The difference between value and worth – Your worth is infinite and endless. Never forget this. Your worthiness in life does NOT come with a price tag. On the other hand, your value can be represented by a monetary value that’s based on the value of results you deliver.
  • The “worth” perspective – It’s clear that, from the “worth” perspective, a lot of healing is needed. Especially when it comes to women of color. In past generations, our worth was very much based on slavery and systematic repression. 
  • The “value” perspective – While a price tag can be placed upon the value we provide, you need to make sure you’re not selling yourself short. Don’t underestimate the true value you provide and make it your mission to be able to articulate your value in a way that can be clearly understood.
  • We’re in this together – If you’re ever in doubt about your value or worth, then look no further than the community. In our Facebook group, you’ll see plenty of individuals, just like you and me, who are healing their sense of worth and winning five-figure clients. If they can do it, so can you. We’re all walking the same path and we’re here to support each other. 
  • Your voice matters – Yes, you have to work hard to get a seat at the table, but once you’re there, say what’s on your mind and allow yourself to be heard. You deserve to be there!
  • And lots more! Tune in now. 

This episode is brought to you by SERVICES THAT SELL:

This episode was brought to you by my premium program, Services that Sell. 

If you’ve been thinking about niching down and creating a four-figure service that you can sell consistently, and if you have been searching for a simple way to sell your services without a complicated funnel, I encourage you to sign up for my FREE masterclass at www.jereshiahawk.com/workshop. I’ll make sure you know everything you need to gain the clarity you crave to confidently sell your services online. 

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