This year has been filled with ups and downs but overall, it’s been a ton of fun. It’s been a long time since I’ve done a countdown post. Because I’m taking a bit of a hiatus from the podcast for the month of December, I thought it would be a great time to do one, just for fun. Who knows, it might become a thing…
I’m going to do the top 5, updating this post each Monday as we work our way through the month.
Let’s get the party started…
Number 5: Episode 02 – Fall In Love With Your Business…By The Numbers
One of my absolute favorite episodes because it’s more of a love letter and story about how I got back to doing what I love in my business…while providing a few lessons for others that find themselves in a similar rut.
Number 4: Episode 014 – Getting Paid: How To Pay Yourself (Part One)
After encountering the “how to pay yourself” question more than a few times in various groups on Facebook and LinkedIn, I got around to doing a series of episodes to discuss the topic. This episode was created primarily for solopreneurs and single member LLCs business owners.
Messy bookkeeping and accounting that has gone undone and unchecked for too long can cost you not only money but time and tax deductions.
The discussion of this episode centers around: a few ways that messy accounting is costly, some messy money lessons, the 6 steps to clean up your messy accounting records and a couple pro-tips to help you get it done.
Success leaves clues…if you pay attention you can use your past to efficiently & effectively plan for your future. A future that makes sure that your business is as profitable as possible as soon as possible.
In this episode, I will run you through my planning process for the year and how I break it down to the quarter and months for optimal profits and time off.
Profit First is still a thing. Although the concept is easy enough to grasp, for some CEOs, implementation can be elusive.
In this episode, I walk you through if the Profit First system is right for you and your business, as well as – what it is (and isn’t), how to implement it, who it works best for, does it actually work…some alternatives and recommendations.
If you’d like to get my eyes on your business and get a personalized implementation plan, grab some time on my calendar by going to thecommoncents.com/consult