What's right for you?
I became self-employed for flexibility around my children, and I see many women doing the same. From my years of preparing tax returns through my bookkeeping practice and as an accountant, I was always so disheartened to see women starting businesses with great intentions to provide for their families but not earning enough to pay any tax, let alone reward themselves for their hard work.
For me, it's essential that my business brings me financial stability, security and time with the kids - and at times, it didn't always work how I wanted. As an accountant by training, I was never afraid to run a forecast, see problems and make the changes that needed to be made, but I know it's not that straightforward for everybody.
There's often something already within our business that we haven't considered, it could be untapped revenue, a course, something that's going to raise your profile so much that you'll be in great demand, or hey, your pricing could be all wrong to start with. It's time to create a strategy for the business you're already running so you can run a more profitable business that you love and gives you time with your family.
No more faffing, no more excuses.
Plan your eBook on a page so you can finally get it written.