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Financial Planning to Build a Team
There’s a moment in your entrepreneurial journey where you first find yourself considering what it might mean to expand your business beyond solopreneur status and bring on a team member. Eeek! Growing your impact can feel scary and so thrilling at the same time.
One thing is sure; you need a solid plan in place before you hire. The time you spend preparing and planning for your expansion will be crucial to this transition’s success. Get clear on what you’ll delegate and what the communication plan will be prior to even starting your search.
The financial aspect of hiring a team member is often the most uncertain aspect of business ownership. Establishing a remote team for our online business is still something relatively novel to most companies, and piecing together your plan can feel intimidating. You are not alone! So many of our community members are at this exact pivotal moment in their journey.
In this week’s episode of Profit for Joy TV, I’m talking about things to consider when you are planning to bring on a team member.
- Scalable business models
- Financially preparing to add to your team
- Contractor vs. employee
Join our community and share your questions about the financial impact of expanding your team.
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Get ready to lay the roadmap to a profitable and sustainable business while uncovering how to start healing your relationship with money. Remember, money is simply a resource to allow us to live a life of joy. We can’t wait to support you in our next live workshop. Big kudos to you for taking this big step towards financial self care.