[3.3] “Charge Your Worth” and Other Vague Business Advice You Should Ignore

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    Some pieces of advice really need to slide quietly into obscurity, but these three—for some reason—just won’t die. We’ve all heard these phrases thousands of times. While they sound empowering on the surface, they’re really just vague and meaningless, doing more to confuse than to clarify. In this episode, we’ll discuss the three sayings you should be ignoring, and what you should be doing instead.

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    If you’d like to know how to actually “charge your worth,” I’ve designed several downloadable pricing toolkits that actually do the math for you. You can learn more about them in The Store.

    To learn how to plot your own course to “the next level,” read my article, “Beauty Career Mastery: Map Your Path to Career Success.”

    If you want to learn more about why it isn’t your job to damage a competitor’s company and how to let competition serve as a powerful motivator, read my article, “Understanding Competition.”

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    Beauty industry survivalist, salon crisis interventionist, tactical verb-weapon specialist, and the leader of at least a hundred workplace revolutions, Tina Alberino is known as much for her extensive knowledge as for her sarcastic wit and mercilessly straightforward style. She’s the author of the book The Beauty Industry Survival Guide and the blog This Ugly Beauty Business. When she’s not writing, educating, or consulting, she can be found overthinking everything, identifying problems people didn’t know existed, and stubbornly working to change the things she cannot accept.

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