Are you making this confusing mistake?Oct 27, 2021
Do you make this confusing mistake?
Let’s get right into it (a couple days late this week; been busy partying and spending time with family. LOL):
“Never confuse what you’re offered with what you’re actually worth.”
That’s the message for this week. I’ve actually seen this statement in various places from various sources, so I’m not sure who said it or wrote it first.
But, a lot of times we get offered an opportunity or a deal (or whatever you want to call it), and we make the mistake of thinking because that’s what’s being offered, that’s what we’re worth.
Remember the water bottle analogy from last week? For those who may have missed it, here’s a quick summary: the price of a bottle of water might go anywhere from $0.50 in a supermarket to $5+ in an airport or hotel.
So, just because someone offers you $0.50 (figuratively speaking) for a product or service you offer, doesn’t mean you’re worth $0.50. You could be worth $5+ to another person.
But also don’t confuse the opportunity. *Sometimes it’s definitely worth doing things for a low cost (or even for FREE) if the opportunity is there or it can lead to great opportunities.
We have to use our own judgement to determine which of those may work best for our specific situation.
But whatever you do: “Never confuse what you’re offered with what you’re actually worth.”
Have a great week everyone!
P. S. Music creators, my new sample pack “Child’s Play” is out now and this is the perfect time to get it here. Over 20 creepy, mysterious, eerie, bell melodies and progressions. While the plan was to be able to offer it for free, due to the size of the files, I have to charge $1 minimum for it. Or, you can pay as much as you want, no limit. LOL. If you make something with something from the pack and post it to social media, tag me (@dafingaz). Let’s go!
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