People start businesses for different reasons. Some start as a hobby that sort of morphs into a business. They might make a little money but for the most part it’s a hobby so they don’t put much thought into it as long as they enjoy what they do. Others are quite intentional and have serious financial goals to fund their lifestyle so they plan every step of the way. Wherever you are on the business spectrum, in order to stay in business you need clients to buy your product or service regularly.
It’s that time of year again when all the talk is about resolutions and setting goals for the year. We know the routine. Review last year’s goals. Make new ones. Or at least transfer last year’s to this year if we haven’t reached them yet. You know the ones. They are our “one day” goals. One day I’m going to do this. One day I’m going to do that. One day I’m going to have this or have that. One day blah, blah, blah...
We’re just coming out of the holidays where people have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars celebrating with decorations, food, gifts, parties, traveling, and whatever their dollars and credit could buy. People who have trouble making ends meet all year long for some reason find a way to fulfill all their hearts desire during the holidays. Money seems to miraculously appear to get the hottest toys for children and adults. For many once the celebrations end the grim reality of their financial decisions set in. But this doesn’t have to to be you. You can still reach your financial goals with a few adjustments. So before you “turn up”, here are five tips to ensure your lights are “turned on” and stay on long after the party ends.
Roz and Dannie are a mother daughter duo sharing their knowledge and life experiences to help others avoid some mistakes and reach their goals sooner rather than later. Listen to what they have to say about money, business, relationships, and more.