Know Where You Are
Every story you have to tell about your business shows up in your financials. A very important part of operating a business is keeping up with all of the money coming in and out of the business. Learn more…
Identify Where You're Going
Pay Yourself First
Be Intentional About Your Spending
The prices that you charge your clients should be reflective of the value your provide to your client instead of the amount of time it takes you to complete the project. Are you charging what you are worth?
Pay Less Taxes
The evolution of technology provides us with the opportunity to automate tasks reducing the time required to manually complete those tasks. Many software programs have an open API that allows them to integrate with and talk to other software programs. Reduce the amount of time you spend manually completing tasks that can automatically be done with the correct systems and workflows in place.
Clients hire you because of what you can do for them. What matters to them most is that you produce the intended results. Be successful at producing intended results.
Operating a business takes a variety of skills. We all have strengths and weaknesses. We can not be a master of all things. Utilizing a team member in a role that best suits their strengths will allow them to work more efficiently and effectively and have a positive impact on your bottom line. Learn more…