In this episode, she and I help you get clear on finances and the secrets to saving money, so you can run a successful (and lucrative) business.
If you’re anything like me you may have fallen for shiny object syndrome a time or two while running your business.
Raise your hand if you’ve found yourself buying courses or subscriptions that weren’t what you really needed to get your business off the ground...
Yep. I’ve been there, too.
Here’s the thing, knowing what financial investments to make when you’re running an online business can be confusing. And it can be easy to invest in a product, service, or tool you think you need but isn’t actually what you need at all.
If you’re just starting out as a business owner or you’ve been at this for a while, figuring out your finances is an essential part of your journey.
This is why I have my peer, student, and financial expert, Jamie Trull on the show today.
During the episode, we dive into what it looks like to actually start a business from a financial standpoint.
Jamie’s a genius when it comes to helping business owners, like you, feel confident about their financials. I love having her on the show because she shows that you can absolutely handle the numbers side of your business and have some fun, too.
In this episode you’ll get information to help you really understand:
- What financials should look like when you’re starting a business
- Where to invest in your business so the financial decisions you make align with your big goals
- Ways to save so you can grow quickly and strategically as you build your business
Plus we walk you through the tips you need to start paying yourself, prepare for taxes, and invest back into your business.
Yes - you can absolutely do this -- and we are here to help.
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