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Things I know at 35,
I wish I had known at 25.
Things I Know at 35,
@AmandaMGoetz on Twitter
In essence, raising your prices can directly enhance the value you provide. What’s more, the higher the price, the more allure your product or service has. People *want* to buy expensive things. They just need a reason. And the goal isn’t just to be slightly above the market price — the goal is to be so much higher that a consumer thinks to themselves, “This is so much more expensive, there must be something entirely different going on here.”
That is how you create a category of one. In this new perceived marketplace, you are a monopoly and can make monopoly profits. That is the point.
$100M Offers: How to Make Offers So Good People Feel Stupid Saying No
Joe Rogan's Razors:
• If unsure what action to take - ask what the hero in the movie would do.
• If you're intensely passionate about something and nobody around you is interested in it - assume the scale of the internet might help you find them.
THREAD: 15 of the Most U...
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