Which one of the following is easier?
A. Selling 1,000 copies of $10 products
B. Find 5 clients and charge them $2,000 each
In both instances, you make the same amount of income.
But notice that Scenario [A] requires you MORE effort to find more customers?
As someone who has sold multiple offers at various price points - I can tell you from experience that it's a lot easier finding a few customers paying big sums than a horde of buyers paying small amounts.
There's no right or wrong on this: I have a database of buyers numbering into the tens of thousands, and sell products ranging from $7 all the way up to $25,000.
While not everyone will be my client, I need to get only a few and that would substantially TRIPLE or QUADRUPLE my monthly income.
Think about it: if you're going to hit $10,000 this month, all you need is just to find 2 clients to pay you $5,000!