As you sit there and read the beginning of this blog post, you will notice something fascinating. You know, Apple recently launched a new wrist watch which cost $10,000 dollars and when I was watching the presentation, I was asking myself – who will spend $10,000 dollars on just a wrist watch but little did I realize that there are tons of people who would spend that amount on Apple’s new product.
Do you know that no matter the cost of your products, there are people who would be able to afford your product, no matter how costly that product might be.
You know, there was a time I was involved with an online business opportunity and I was asking myself that who would buy that product from me since the competition sells for a much more cheaper prize but after realizing that no matter how costly my product might be, there are always people who would be able to afford my product, things began to change.
Check this out – when you sell a big ticket product, how will your profit look like? Well, you will have a big profit as well.
Now, let’s take for instance you sell a $10 dollars product and your monthly income goal is $1,000 dollars, how many of those products do you think you have to sell? Let me answer that for you, you’ll have to sell 100 of that product in order to hit your monthly income goal.
If you sell a $100 dollars product and your monthly income goal is $1,000 dollars, you only need to sell about 10 of those products to hit your monthly income goal. Does that make sense?
You can apply this to whatever you sell whether it’s online or offline.