Are you charging less than you’re worth? Or are you struggling to ask for a raise? Whilst there ARE long-term consequences to undercharging, your value is less determined by a number and rather by a combination of three beliefs.

Andrea Liebross is a business and life coach who helps women discover the possibilities of their best life. In today’s episode she explains how to know your worth.

Show Notes

[02.09] The question of worth from a gender perspective

[03.33] The 3 beliefs that define what you’re worth

[06.24] Your thoughts define your worthiness

[08.19] Ways to gauge the value of your offering

[10.42] The emotional maturity of your boss and your clients

[12.53] Trust and the value of your offering

[14.28] The fear of rejection

[16.25] The possibilities of the future you

[20.14] Knowing when to push up your prices

[22.02] The long-term consequences of under charging

[24.53] What to do if you’re questioning your worth

[28.10] Money confidence

Learn more about Andrea

Take Andrea’s quiz to figure out what might be holding you back. To connect with her directly, head over to her website, or listen to her Time to Level Up podcast.

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“We are intrinsically worthy.” – Andrea Liebross

“We have thoughts about who we are as a person and that creates the feeling of worthiness.” – Andrea Liebross

“The value of your offer is really the transformation you’re offering someone.” – Andrea Liebross

“When you’re stuck – inside your own world, your own business, your own life (I say sometimes you’re stuck in the peanut butter jar) – it’s really hard to read the label. You really can’t get out of your own way.” – Andrea Liebross

“The person you are today, with all of your beliefs and all of your values, cannot create the future you want tomorrow.” – Lisa Linfield

“You’ve got to make your decisions from that future you. That person who is charging what they want to charge.” – Andrea Liebross

“Owning our own business is a journey in personal development disguised as an entrepreneurial adventure.” – Andrea Liebross