The Best Thing You Can Invest In Is You. That’s How We Grow.
You are in this business to make money. Of course you love interior design and want to make the world beautiful, but this is your livelihood. You need to lock down your business finances so that you can reinvest in yourself.
The best thing you can invest in is you. That’s how we grow.
You have to get out of your own way – separate your personal feelings about money from your business . And you need to analyze your data to know what you need to be profitable.
Are your business finances locked down? Let’s talk business. Let’s talk interior design.
In this episode I cover…
- Why I call budgeting wealth manifestation
- Where to start with your business finances
- How setting project minimums leads to better profit
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