How Does a Revenue Goal Help You?

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Have you been hustling away in your business and still feel like you’re on a hamster wheel?  Constant work, little or no pay, going into ostrich mode about your finances; these are all signs that it’s time to get some clarity and an action plan.

You are probably thinking, “Yep, time to make more money and stop spending!”  Hold up.  Earning more money and cutting expenses doesn’t guarantee a profitable business.  Aligning your business and lifestyle with what brings you joy results in always having enough money for what truly matters to you.  

Go back and read that last sentence again; I’ll wait. 🤓

It all starts with your joy.  Build on that!  It’s imperative to get clear on what you want your money to do for you.  It needs a specific intention…it needs to get a job!  

In this week’s episode of Profit for Joy TV, we are talking about your revenue goal. 

We’ll cover:

  • What it is
  • Why it looks different for everyone
  • Why it’s so important to define it early (or at least right now!)



Action Item:

Calculate your revenue goal!  If you still need that calculator, you can find it here! Then take a peek at this chat I had with the delightful Mia Scharphie and the clarity she found.

We’d love to hear your thoughts!

Have a topic you’d like to hear some tips about?  We’d love to hear from you!  Click here to let us know!

About The Author

Amber Dugger

Hi! My name is Amber Dugger and I am a location independent online business owner. I am a certified mastery level Profit First Professional, hold degrees in International Business and Finance, and am also a certified Health Coach (INHC). I combine a holistic approach with practical action steps to get my clients set up for financial success and most importantly, sustainability. My clients leave knowing how to bring in money, how much money they want and a simple and effective system in place that allows them to know what to do with their money once they have it.

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