Do you feel lost when it comes to numbers in your business?

You started your business because you wanted to help people, and you know that you’re really good at what you do.

Now that you’ve seen some success and you’ve been in this for awhile, there may be some cracks starting to show in the pretty picture — particularly around money.

LISASAVAGEAfter years of doing the books for entrepreneurs who were making less than they thought and watching friends spend money they didn’t have, I (Hi! I’m Lisa!) knew something had to change with the way that we behave with our money.

Because even if you sold out your last group coaching program and have a full client docket, it doesn’t mean that your financial house is in order.

In fact, I often find that it’s quite the opposite with entrepreneurs. They may have just done a $10,000 launch, but after paying all of their expenses, they’re disappointed to find just $180 left in their bank account.

They often don’t know what to pay themselves, they’re not sure if the business is actually profitable, and they purchase yearlong masterminds without understanding the financial impact it makes on their business’s health.

While a business owner can certainly continue down this path for a while, it’s not a smart strategy over the long term, which is, I’m guessing, the length of time you want to keep your virtual doors open.

The problem went deeper than just getting help with bookkeeping. These entrepreneurs needed help making smart financial decisions. They needed a team member whom they could trust to help guide their business to the next level over the six-figure threshold.

If that’s where you are, there are a couple steps you can take to start making those smarter decisions:

— Read this article: How to Budget Effectively for Your Business

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With love,