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The Biggest Financial Mistakes Online Businesses Make (and how to avoid them!)
According to research done by U.S. Bank and cited on the SCORE/Counselors to America’s Small Business, the reason small businesses fail overwhelmingly includes cash flow issues.
What are “cash flow issues?” Cash flow is simply the money coming in and going out of your business. Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? Cash flow management IS simple, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. The majority of these failing businesses are started and run by brilliant people that simply need better tools and leadership around their finances.
I want you to understand that starting and running a profitable and sustainable online business is absolutely something that YOU can do. If the biggest problem is cash flow management, I’ve got you covered! If you read Profit First and thought “Yes, this makes sense! But how can I make this work for me?” Great news, we’ve got all the information you need to implement Profit First in your business too (without a bajillion bank accounts!)
In this week’s episode of Profit for Joy™ TV, I’m sharing the biggest financial mistakes online businesses make and how to avoid them.
- What mistakes are being made
- How to avoid them
- The best first step
We’d love to hear your thoughts:
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