There’s no better feeling than hearing the cash register chime from your phone when you first start running your business. It’s fun and exciting!

But as you continue to run your business and you find yourself struggling to write yourself a paycheck, the fun seems to stop. You start to question why you’re doing it and if you’ll ever get a paycheck.

I know from years of running my businesses that if I don’t get this one thing right, I have no chance of getting a paycheck from my new Shopify store.

Check out the video below as I go through how to:

  • Calculate the amount of margin you need in $
  • Set your minimum viable average order value (so you can pay yourself)
  • Change your pricing strategy to set yourself up for success

If you have questions, comment below and ask me!

So, here’s what I need you to do next.

First, sign up to get updates in your inbox:

 

Then, be sure to Like and Follow my page on Facebook. I’ll be posting regular updates there!

That’s it! It will be a fun adventure, all the way from 0 to $50K on Shopify!

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