So many of the clients I work with tell me when they try to raise their prices the customer goes with another painter who will do the work for less.
What frustrates them the most is they know their competition is working for less because they're not doing quality work, using the same quality paint, or there shortcutting the job in some way. Maybe you can relate?
They tell me they need more homeowners who understand a quality job costs more, and are willing to pay for a quality product or service.
The bottom line... they want to know how to raise their prices without losing jobs to their competitors...
They think the competition working for less is the issue, but the real problem is, that they're not giving their leads enough reasons to pay a premium price for their painting services!
In other words... they're not communicating the value their customer will get when they buy from them.
The truth is you have no control over what your competition does, but you have complete control over what you do.
>> In my course the focus is on what you can control... How YOU choose to operate your business.<<