Do you find conversations about money to be uncomfortable and that's putting it kindly!
You might feel greedy even thinking that you want to earn more so that you can buy the things you want without constantly worrying about where the money is coming from?
When someone asks you what you charge for your services do you freeze and wish you were anywhere else but having that conversation?!
Going from working in a job where your salary was what it was to working for yourself as a small business owner is a huge shift and something a lot of small business owners struggle with is financial goals and telling people what you charge without it feeling like you're ripping them off (even though I know if you're feeling like that there is a big chance you are actually probably undercharging without realising it).
Another pitfall A LOT of Solopreneurs fall into is not charging for their time so you unconsciously end up working for free but if you've never had the tools to look at how much your services and time are costing you then you don't know what you don't know!
In this course you will learn tools you can use to make those conversations easier and also easy to use for completely non financial people tools that you can use to look at your pricing structures and where you're making a profit or not and how to use these tools to manage your cashflow as you're scaling your first business
"What's the difference between cashflow forecasting and financial goal setting" is a questions I am asked A LOT!
In my opinion when you are forecasting your cash flow always do a worst case scenario so you know, no matter what, you will have enough money to get you through the tight times.
Financial Goal Setting is looking at your business model and looking at your business earning potential as it is now and then setting goals around that (sales targets) and also using that information to plan growth and scaling your business