Pricing Yourself

Rebecca Kalogeris, Pragmatic Institute’s VP of Marketing, and I recorded a fun podcast on how to think like a pricing professional when planning your own career. ÊIt was titled, How to Earn a Raise: Lessons from Pricing.Ê You should listen because it’s fun, but here’s a two wordÊsummary: Differentiate yourself!

Of course, Seth Godin wrote a timely blog titled Fully Baked Êto illustrate exactly this point. ÊHere are the two most important sentences in his blog.

“The average knowledge worker reads fewer than one business book a year.”

“On the other hand, the above-average knowledge worker probably reads ten.”

Which one do you think makes a higher incomeÊover time? ÊThanks Seth for the help making this point. Ê🙂

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Mark Stiving

Mark Stiving

Mark Stiving is chief pricing educator with Impact Pricing LLC. Connect with him on LinkedIn

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