Achieving Cash Flow Harmony with Your Partner: A Thanksgiving Reflection

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Thanksgiving is a time to cherish the blessings in our lives and express gratitude for the multitude of things that bring us joy. However, one often underestimated yet profoundly significant facet of our lives deserving gratitude is the financial accord we enjoy with our partner. In this article, we’ll delve into the importance of aligning your financial goals with your significant other and how cultivating gratitude can bolster the foundation of your relationship during this…

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The Ghosts of Unforeseen Expenses: Why You Need To Control Your Cash Flow

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Unforeseen expenses can often feel like eerie apparitions that haunt your cash flow stability. Just when you think your budget is well-organized and your cash flow ship is sailing smoothly, these spectral expenses can suddenly materialize, throwing your budget plans into disarray. This is where a well-structured cashflow plan acts as a ghostbuster, vanquishing these unexpected cashflow specters and restoring order to your cashflow world. Unforeseen expenses come in various forms. It could be a…

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Autumn Economics: Smart Money Moves for October

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The vibrant hues of orange and crimson have only begun to adorn the trees, signaling that we’re right in the heart of fall. October, with its promise of pumpkin patches and Halloween preparations, is also a transitional period as we move towards the end of the year. While it’s tempting to immerse oneself in the joys of fall festivities, managing your money should remain a top priority, especially with the holiday season on the horizon.…

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Podcast: Benefits of Proactively Managing Your Personal and Business Cash Flow

Cash flow is a symptom. Cash flow is the pain point. That opens the door to figure out what we need to do to improve and get better results. And I think the biggest benefit is sleeping at night! I stopped by the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast to discuss the benefits of proactively managing your personal and business cash flow. Listen here, then get in touch to explore how I can help…

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Podcast: The Money Hour – Managing Cash to Be a Profitable Business Owner

Is your New Year’s resolution for your business to make more profit in 2023? The biggest problem I see with business owners is that they don’t know how much money they’ve already committed each month and they’re making financial decisions based on their checkbook balance. I discuss this issue, and more, in my conversation with Tina Mitchell on managing cash to be a profitable business owner.

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Podcast: The Struggle is Optional – Doug Peterson on The Productivity Breakthrough Podcast

When I appeared on The Productivity Breakthrough Podcast, I shared some insights on how to stop struggling with your finances. Host Elise Enriquez’s top three takeaways from our conversation were: In order to be intentional with your finances, you need to stay current. We are never done growing and learning, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the journey. Struggling with your finances is completely optional. Listen to the full episode here:

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