Are you doing all you can to make more money?

When it comes to making money it’s not just about what you do to bring money in but how you handle money as well.

Business owners are often very lax when it comes to managing their money. And they often stick their heads in the sand when it comes to taking regular money actions.

What I’m taking about are the actions you take with your money. Actions such as:

  • Tracking your income.
  • Paying your bills on time.
  • Filing your receipts in an orderly fashion (just stuffing them in a draw doesn’t count).
  • Sending out your invoices on time.
  • Having an empowering conversation with a client who hasn’t paid you for some time or someone who owes you money.

Taking action is what will start the momentum, and help you to build and maintain it.

Try this, start saving $10.00 a month in an envelope. My clients find that when they do it they want to save more, and they also pay more attention to their money actions so that they can do so. It’s a jumping off point for them and they start to see amazing results that happen just from this one exercise.

If you own a business, you need to take consistent money actions that allow you to run that business as a business. If not, it is as if you are saying that you do not respect the business. This carries over to yourself personally and your clients as well.

And I know that you want to show up in your life and business in the best possible way. So then, what is ONE money action you will commit to in order for you to reach your financial goals?

Kim Ravida has personalized know-how when it comes to knowing exactly what it takes to create and maintain a successful and profitable business. Having owned her own business for 5 years (meaning experienced her own ups and downs and tears and fears) and helping countless entrepreneurs and business owners of all walks of life succeed, she knows that it takes more than application to create and maintain a profitable business.

Kim Ravida specializes in helping solo-entrepreneurs succeed by focusing on specific “how to” steps, strategies and tactics to help them set up and run solid business foundations, systems and processes that support healthy business growth. She helps them to determine what the right actions to do at the right time are so that they achieve optimal results.

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