Ok, guys, I get it…the LAST thing you need is yet another money “guru” telling you how to spend your money.  You don’t want to set up another personal budget that restricts your freedom, takes the joy out of spending, and leaves you feeling like a total failure when you see all those red numbers.

Guess what?  I don’t want you to do that either!  

You became an entrepreneur to earn a profit, gain freedom, and make an impact.  Let’s do THAT instead of nervously wondering why you have no money and no control.

I’ve worked with hundreds of online business owners and I can guarantee one thing…business impact starts with a personal spending plan.  Having a cash flow system properly setup for your personal finances FIRST will give you the clarity to transform your business into that profitable, sustainable business you’ve dreamed of.

In this week’s tip video I’ll tell you more about why a personal spending plan is crucial to your success as a business owner!

You’ll learn:

  • What is a personal budget?
  • Why would I care to implement one in my online business?
  • Why we start with the personal side – how it relates to your JOY

Hop over to this week’s video and let’s get you on the path to running a profitable business!

Remember, money is simply a resource, and making peace with money allows you to pursue the things you enjoy!  This is something that I will continue to talk about because it is the core to what I teach.  Why not make it a personal mantra or affirmation?  “I’m making peace with my money so that I can pursue what gives me and those I love joy.”

What did you think of this week’s Profit for Joy tip?  We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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