I’ve noticed two different themes lately with the women and creatives that I work with. They are feeling the pull to either grow their business by expanding, rebranding, hiring, purchasing new equipment, investing, or renting office or warehouse space. Or slow down within their business by taking a step back, refining business foundations, focusing on family, well-being, and simplicity.
Over the past six years, I’ve personally experienced the ebb and flow, the moments of pushing forward and pulling back, focusing on the front end or the back end of the business, and being in creative mode vs. going with the flow. This resonates with the women and creatives I work with, sparking conversations on whether it’s time to slow down or business growth.
Whichever direction you choose, a business needs a solid foundation first and a greater understanding of your finances.
By understanding your cash flow, and budgets, and tracking your incoming and outgoing expenses, you’ll have the ability to forecast and plan from a more confident and empowered place.
It’s all about having the right tools in place to support you and give you back control.
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Kate Addamo is the Mentor to Creatives and your biggest supporter.