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First ever quarterly revenue report

I promised at the end of 2020 that I would be more transparent about my business in 2021. For reasons that will become clear, I decided against doing monthly revenue reports so welcome to my first ever quarterly report!

I began 2021 with a loose plan of what I hoped to earn and what I thought I would do, so I found it super-interesting to take a good look at my business in the year to date. And as you’ll hear, it has certainly led to some big questions. 

Am I optimizing my offer as much as possible? What is the story I’m trying to share? What’s important to me? 

All of this has fed into my planning for the rest of the year - including thinking about hosting another summit in September, potentially becoming incorporated, and the support which I’ll need to buy in if I'm going to stick to my goal of not working on weekends.

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • The big goals which I set for myself at the end of 2020.
  • What worked out, what didn’t, and which plans have changed.
  • The things I’ve learned from looking at the finances of my business in this way,
  • What I earned in USD - where it came from and where it went!
  • My forecast for the next quarter.
  • Thinking about whether I should be incorporated - and if so, what should I be aiming to pay myself, and what support do I need to invest in?

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Hey there. I know what it's like to try and fail over and over again. I've been through all the mindset ups and downs, feeling like a failure and wondering why it's so hard to attract amazing clients consistently.

I finally realized, more recently that I'd like to admit, I was still hiding. I was afraid to put my work into the world in case no one wanted it. What I really wanted was for someone to say, "hey you, your stuff is great, come share it with my audience".  Finally I realized that that would never happen, not until I started first.

Putting out my content and message into the world had to begin with me. I  committed to showing up consistently and building my own meaningful relationships. The result? Much more clarity about how to gain visibility and grow my brand. And, of course, THIS PODCAST which I'm thrilled to host!


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