You don't get paid what you're worth.
You can get paid what your help/work can bring to the table. You get paid for what others feel you're helping create.
Value lies on the eyes of the beholder.
It doesn't matter what YOU think
If you think you're worth 10k, but don't create way more than 10k, how much you think "you're worth" is irrelevant. Your client/employer won't care.
If they don't see the value of what you can bring, you can always walk away. You won't turn them into think that they're to pay you more when they don't see it.
Don't go into convince mode. If they're a bad fit, so be it. Look and create the ones who are great fits.
It's ok. You're not for everybody.
A formula for Power (in the sale)
Follow this formula to know what's your power in the relationship:
"Power equals desirability over a desire. So your power in the sale is a function of having your desirability be greater than your own desire." @blairenns
And if you wanna know more, here's a guide to sales. In ONE lesson. 🔥🔥🔥