It’s time for you to take control of your numbers. Three easy steps to help get you started!

Now is the time for you to take control of your numbers!

I know that sounds scary and overwhelming, but I promise you it isn’t. The best part is, once you have control over your finances, and you know exactly where your money is going, it’s actually empowering. Which is the whole reason I do what I do. My mission is to work with entrepreneurs and teach you ways that you can finally ditch the chaos of your numbers, take control, and feel empowered by them (instead of them controlling you).


I have three easy steps to get you started! Try out these three steps and let’s see if you can get your numbers under control once and for all. Because I know it’s possible for you to have sassy and sexy money too!

Review your numbers weekly

I always recommend reviewing your numbers once a week. If you can get into the habit of doing it regularly, it won’t take long and you will always know where you stand. Making it a priority to take the time and assess your numbers and make sure you’re staying on track for your goals.


Invest in your education

I know some of you have to invest in your education for your work. Maybe it’s taking professional development courses or upgrading credits. But when I talk about your education, I mean for YOU. On a personal level. One of the best things I ever did for my business was to invest in my own education – furthering my mindset and educating myself on different aspects of my business. Investing in a course or a coach who has the knowledge to teach me skills, instead of trying to figure it out myself through trial and error. Countless times I have invested money and it has made me a better entrepreneur and a better person.


Find a great rate

What I mean by that is shop around. Don’t just go with the first bank you find or a bank you’re familiar with. Many banks have different fees and different rates, so it’s important to find one that suits your needs (and one that isn’t cashing in on YOUR hard work). You want to find a bank that can help reduce borrowing costs, has a high return on your short and long-term investments. Make sure your money is working for you – not the bank!