If you have a home or office that doesn’t make you smile and feel good every single day, then it may be time for a (small) investment in yourself and the space you’re in! If you are anything like me, you will not regret it!
Imagine if there was someone, or someone’s, in your business that had the energy, will, and ability to keep all of your employees pumped up, excited, happy and jazzed about their job and the work they do? And there are so many ways this can be done!
How to actually cross things off the "to do" list and stay organized amidst the back-to-school and pre-holiday chaos? Invest in a great Planner. There are many on the market, you can find them everywhere but here is the one I recommend.
This may or may not be the first time you’ve heard this - that there are many similarities between the fitness industry and managing your money. Commitment, goal-setting, patience and accountability are absolutely necessary if you want to change your financial future! Small, steady, consistent wins can make all the difference and truly drive momentum toward your goals.
Credit card interest rates drain you of your hard-earned money. A $20 meal can easily cost $10 to $15 more if left to linger in an outstanding credit card balance. Fortunately, there are ways to lower interest rates and break out of the debt spiral. It’s actually not as difficult as you might think. Breathe easy, because we’re here to spell it out for you.
Being in business for myself for the last 20 years, and helping other business Owners before that, I have learned that everybody has their own unique relationship with money. I have a theory that whatever your experiences are around money when you are young truly develops from there – for better or worse.
The reward for decluttering your home or tidying up your finances is less anxiety, more breathing room (literal and metaphorical) and fresh potential. When you’ve got a clear mental picture of what you’re working with, space-wise or dollar-wise, you can spot opportunities and imagine new possibilities.
Forward-thinking financial education has evolved beyond the traditional "allowance" to more sophisticated "real life" lessons in how money is earned, saved and spent.
Nobody said starting, or owning, a business would be easy. Here are a few tips for some of the most common mistakes. No company is immune from the consequences of mistakes, poor planning, or bad luck - no matter how big or successful.
No company is immune from the consequences of mistakes, poor planning, or bad luck when starting (or owning) a small business. We now understand Cash Flow is important but, how fully do you understand the troubles associated with Administrative Overload?