There’s an often-expressed belief that successful women in business have at least seven streams of income. If up until now you’ve primarily been working with clients one-on-one, you won’t need to be told there’s a ceiling on that business model. No matter how hard you work, there are only so many hours in a day you can put in, and so much per client that you can charge!
If you’re unprepared for the year or stressed out about your fiscal future, you need to keep reading…
Most of us become business owners for one reason: to make money. Sure, we also want to impact lives, influence others in a positive way, and create time freedom for ourselves. No doubt.
When it really comes down to it, businesses are about making money, honey. You know what nobody talks about, though? What in the world to do with that money when you get it.
How do you know what to spend and what to save?
How do you know what (and where) to invest?
How can you use your money intelligently, so that it builds long-term wealth?
First of all, if you’ve ever asked yourself any of the above, good news: You’re not alone.
Most women in business–in fact, I’d go as far as to say most people–struggle to “figure out” their finances and turn short-term income and assets into long-term, sustainable, generational wealth.
Well, here’s the thing…
If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes!
Question: Did you just roll your eyes as you read that line, because you HAVE tried to “change’ a lot to figure out your finances? If so, I get it.
Maybe you put together a budget once, but because your income fluctuates, you “went over”…and then gave up.
Maybe you dabbled in “passive income” or “online courses” in an attempt to scale and make more in less time, but didn’t see a return on your investment fast enough and pulled the plug.
Maybe you’re simply the “head in sand” type who doesn’t know how much is coming in or going out, who feels intimidated by words like “stocks” and “real estate” or who has been avoiding at least $30k of credit card debt for a few years now with zero plan to pay it off.
Can you relate?
The Truth Is, At Some Point or Another YOU ARE Going to Have to Take Control of Your Financial Future!
You might reach an income cap because you’re still working in the 1:1 model and don’t know how to change it. You might inch close enough to retirement that you start to feel real pressure to create a nest egg for your family.
You might just get fed up with watching everyone around you do things you wish you could do “if only you had the money”–like hire a dream team, get a fancy photo shoot or attend luxe retreats.
No matter how many different strategies you’ve tired (or haven’t) up until this point to manage your money and/or figure out ways to make it work harder for you, the truth is there are EASY ways to start managing and multiplying your money NOW.
It’s true: You can completely change your financial future with just a few tweaks. It doesn’t have to be nearly as hard or complicated as you’ve made it in the past!
Business Money Management for Women in Business
Stop daydreaming about the day your finances will “work themselves out” and start learning how to easily manage AND multiply your money!
During this quick and easy self-study course, we will take you step-by-step through practical and painless ways you can build wealth.
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Talia Beckett Davis is the Founder of the Organization of American Women in Public Relations and the Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations. She’s worked with some of the largest brands in North America at her PR agency Pink Pearl PR to help them get featured in high profile media outlets and grow their sales.
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Talia Beckett Davis is the Founder of Canadian Women in Public Relations and American Women in Public Relations. She works as the Managing Director of Pink Pearl PR.