Don't be embarrassed and don't feel like you can't fix it!
Listen, managing money is a learned skill. It's not something you were taught how to do. And if you were chances are you picked up a couple bad money habits along the way. So take it for what it is, a mistake that you've learned from and you're ready to fix.
This 5 video series covers the mistakes most of my clients make. This bundle covers a range of topics needed to get you to feel more confident in your business finances, making better decisions, and creating a purpose for your spending. And simple action steps to help you untangle the "lesson" you made.
What it costs to run a business
This 44-minute live replay on what it costs to run a business. Most people focus on the money, but you have to invest time, being uncomfortable, learning new skills, and so much more to be a true BOSS. It's worth it, but you have to make sure that you're committed to enjoying the reward.
Ignoring your finances
This 35-minute live replay on why you need to review your finances, check your payment processors, and products. Just because you don't what to deal with it doesn't make it go away. You're a BOSS, you handle problems head-on, your finances is just another task to handle on a weekly basis.
Things to review
This 26-minute live replay on what to look out for and when as you review your cash, expenses, bank statement, and other assets. Protecting one of your greatest assets: cash is imperative. You want to be reviewing it to make sure you're bringing enough in and what's going out is beneficial to your business.
Keep it separate
This 20-minute live replay on why you need to keep your business finances separate from your personal finances. And tips to help you untangle the two if you are mixing them. Remember: Business is for business. Personal is for personal and to fund/invest in your business. But business is never to be used for personal.
Ways to get organized
This 23-minute live replay on how to organize your email, create a filing system and picking a financial system (excel, paper, or software). The key to staying organized is creating a system that works for you. Use the tips I give and make it your own, that's the only way you'll stick with it.