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Pay Me What I'm Worth Survey Part 3

How do you define your worth? Part 3

Follow the Pay Me What I’m Worth series! To help people engage with the concepts in his book, Pay Me What I’m Worth, Soul Dancer has created an fun quiz based on the what previous students have expressed while going through the book and his programs based on the book. […]

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What is your value?

Are you worthy?

Are you paid what you are worth?
Are you sure of your answer?

What is your value?

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Over the next several weeks, I’m going to take you on a journey through Soul Dancer’s free Pay Me What I’m Worth course on PWR Network … and then I’m going to invite you to join me in delving into the course more deeply.

NOTE: The video content is separate and different from the audio/text content.

I “met” Soul back in 2010 when I put out a call for speakers on HARO (Help A Reporter Out) for my upcoming book Public Speaking Super Powers. He not only became one of my featured speakers, he’s become a friend, as well.

His book, Pay Me What I’m Worth is challenging in that it pushes you to truly explore who you are and what you have to offer the world. I’ve read the book … without doing the exercises … and now, as a part of my commitment to model my brand, to model what “owning your awesome” might look like, I’ve decided to revisit the book more fully.

Soul has transformed the book into a successful educational program that is offered throughout the country and now also on the PWR Network. Please join me as I chronicle my experience of going through the free version of the course.

Introduction: What is worth?

In the introductory class, Soul and several others, explore what the concept of worth truly means. Does it always relate to money? Or are there other expressions of worth?


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