Think you can’t make a living as a psychic? Just check out this article from Fortune. In it, business leaders talk about how they’ve depended upon psychics to give them the edge they need to be successful. Just the fact that this article is in Fortune lets you know that psychic advice is making an impact for many businesspeople. (And it may inspire other business people to look for a psychic advisor for advice).
One real estate professional credits Colette Baron-Reid with helping her to make $100 million a year. Baron-Reid charges clients $800 per hour and up to $10,000 for a day of her time.
Laura Day, another popular psychic among the business crowd, charges clients as much as $10,000 per month for her services.
While these numbers may sound high, it’s important to notice that there are people willing to pay it. For business owners who make hundreds of thousands or even millions a year, it’s worth spending money on guidance that can help them to make important decisions.
This article also brings to mind another point.
When you focus on building your clientele, you have two options. You can cater your business to what the people around you are willing to pay or you can decide what you want to charge and find clients who are willing and able to pay that amount. By focusing on the business crowd, you’re likely attracting people who have more money to spend and gain more financial value from your advice.
There is one challenge for psychics who work with business people. Discretion is often needed since business people may not feel comfortable letting the world know they consult psychics. There is still a stigma attached despite the fact that the psychic services industry has grown 2.2 percent from 2009 to 2014 and is expected to grow another 3 percent in the next four years.
However, there is also a good chance that you would get business from word of mouth. Once you build a business following, you may attract the business of others who are in the know.