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How I Just Handled A Price Objection


Thanks for the truth. Now we’re really getting somewhere.

See how much deeper we can go when we just both keep telling the truth?

I don’t work by the hour. I charge based off of the impact that I have in my clients lives.

For most of my clients I’m actually undercharging.

How much is it worth someone to save their marriage?
How much is it worth someone to get their relationship with their daughter back again?
How much is it worth someone to get over their block around selling?
How much is it worth someone to turn their nagging, complaining, whiny girlfriend into a sexually empowered goddess who can’t get enough of his cock?

I’m not selling a product.

I’m selling insights that my clients get to keep with them for the rest of their lives.

You say it’s “hard to justify a $4500 investment that has nothing to do with my business.”

This investment has everything to do with your business.

Any stress or incongruence in your life will rear its head in your business.

Start reading The Way Of The Superior Man.

And keep the questions coming. I love them!



PS – If you think that the work that you do is a commodity, then it is. If you think the work that you do is one of a kind and nobody in the world can flawlessly deliver it like you do, then it is.

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  • Melissa Danielle


  • TJ Nelson

    Just by charging more it makes me show up more. And the excitement of actually making money makes me over deliver like crazy. It’s a win-win.

  • Sonja

    Would you recommend this as a gift for someone who just turned 20? Getting my son on the right path, even though I think he is great so far. 🙂

    I just asked for a big raise for a job that I don’t even have yet, but they want me. Knowing your worth and asking for it is definitely empowering.

    • ottantaventi

      Let’s see what Mike answers, but in my opinion coaching is something that has to start from your son: HE has to be committed to step out of his comfort zone and to face his fears. This is a decision only HE can make.

      • Mike Hrostoski

        Yes, coaching as a gift is usually a terrible idea, although I have done it before. Wives like to buy coaching for their husbands, which of course makes the husband not want to do it at all. Usually by the second call I can get him warmed up to me.

        If you want to get him on the right path, I’d recommend these resources.

        The Way Of The Superior Man – David Deida
        The Untethered Soul – Michael A Singer
        Choose Yourself – James Altucher
        Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It – Kamal Ravikant

        The ManKind Project (they do these weekend warrior workshops that are life changing. I did one a couple years ago)

        Any one who is on this path of growth is a good person for your son to connect with.

        The most important thing you can do is to make him feel loved and accepted, flaws and all. We’re all human. 🙂

  • Nisha Moodley

    Nicely done. YES!

  • Frankie Five Angels

    Do you have a money back guarantee?

    • Mike Hrostoski

      Yes. As of now I do. I’ve always had a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee with my work.

      The Conference For Men had a full money back guarantee as well.

      In the future I probably won’t, but it still feels good to have it. I’ve never had anyone use it though.

  • Michele Santo


  • Kristen Domingue

    SO nicely done.