Every decision is a profit decision. That’s why you need to start powering your profit decisions through clarity breaks.
Not all sales are created equal. There are several reasons that that happens. One of those reasons is that every decision is a profit decision where profit is measured in time, energy, and money. Therefore, when we sell something, it requires time, energy, and money.
In your business, what do you usually do by the end of each quarter?If you answered anything other than profit distribution, then now is the time to start considering it – seriously!
A lot of small businesses have been scared during the pandemic. They have been struggling to thrive, much less survive, and many of them have just ceased to exist. But there are also businesses that were able to hang on, all thanks to the Paycheck Protection Program.
What do you do when you’ve spent so much time, money, and energy building your business, but something just doesn’t feel right?
A financial projection is not just about cash flow forecasting. In the world of e-commerce and online business, your money is just as highly volatile as your sales are unpredictable.
If you’re running an ecommerce business and you’re ready to grow your business, two of the most important things you need to consider are to run an email marketing campaign and set some automations in place.
Perhaps your online business is only paying you $1 an hour – even worse than your previous job. Or you’re maybe you’re tired of all the stress that comes from selling online courses and products. Maybe you’ve reached your peak, you’re not sure if people are going to buy from you again, or maybe you’ve run out of ideas for what to sell.
Small business owners work so hard to build a company. Being virtual doesn’t exempt you from exposure to things that could get you in trouble simply because you don’t know to look for them.