In episode #974, we discuss why you shouldn’t publicly share income information. Tune in to hear the dangers of being so forthcoming.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: Why You Shouldn’t Share Income Information
- [00:53] When things are going well for you and you share the details of your income, people will begin copying your methods.
- [01:05] You only invite competition and resentment.
- [01:25] Once, Eric referred a customer onto someone else.
- [01:38] He then got sued because the customer felt the other company wasn’t helpful and wanted Eric to pay back the amount of the money he felt he wasted.
- [02:10] Sharing income reports puts a target on your back.
- [03:05] You can share your income at the beginning, but once you start making more, scale back the sharing.
- [03:07] That’s it for today!
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