We are midway through our season of “Women Who Lead”.
So what better time to talk about MONEY?
Money investments, money blocks, money goals… Some podcasts would run from these types of conversations, where we lean into them.
As entrepreneurs, conversations around money will always be prevalent. Wherever you are in your business cycle, having a firm understanding of your finances and investments is key.
Danielle Hayden, CEO of Kickstart Accounting joins me to discuss what elements of finance need to be taken into account for any new entrepreneur.
Have you considered the risks involved with long-term payment plans for your program? Have you considered the money that you have to spend, in order to make it? How are you actively setting yourself up for financial success?
If you have been considering a financial business audit, or if you’re just starting out, this episode is for you.
More About Danielle Hayden:
Danielle Hayden is a reformed corporate CFO (chief financial officer) who is on a mission to help rule-breaking female entrepreneurs understand their numbers so they can gain the confidence needed to create sustainable profits. After spending 10+ years in the boardroom as a corporate finance officer, Danielle is now in her sweet spot as the co-owner of Kickstart Accounting, Inc. where she helps business owners with bookkeeping, financial analysis, and education and as the author of the Profit Planner book series.
When Danielle isn’t crunching numbers on her clients’ behalf or crafting the next iteration of the Profit Planner, you can find her hanging with her two kids as she inspires them to lead their fullest lives or doing any, and almost every fitness-related activity ranging from Spartan races to pilates.
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Listen to Episode 220 below:
What We Talk About In This Episode:
- Financial Data
- Payment plans
- Profit margin
- Lines of revenue
- Financial Reports
- Financial Forcast
- Risk Tolerance
- Hiring – Pros and Cons
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