Hey friends! I’ve been in the online business world for quite a while now and there is one thing I hear over and over again from my clients and community…

“I tried budgeting and I SUCK at it!”

Do you know what this really means? The budget failed you! 😖

Let me explain

Just the word “budget” makes most of us squirm a bit, am I right? We feel confused, bored, restricted, even angry!

Let’s not do that anymore. It’s not productive or even necessary!

Traditional budgets (and the way we were taught to use them) are a thing of the past.

You may have stumbled over budgeting for years but I’m here to tell you that you ARE good with money! Give yourself grace and start where you are. You DO have exactly what it takes to be successful and profitable.

In this week’s episode of Profit for Joy TV, I’m talking about this important piece of every business owner’s journey.

You will learn:

– Why budgets fail

– The limitations of budgets

– What you should try instead

– How to be successful at it

How about another affirmation or mantra this week? Find a mirror, look yourself in the eye and say “I am good with money.” Or why not “I am a cash flow management QUEEN!” 👑

Comment below and let us know your main takeaways from this video! Do you feel inspired to try budgeting again? What’s your new money mantra?

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