Do you feel in control of the money you make and spend in your business?
Do you know which products or services are the most profitable for you?
Have you been thinking about outsourcing some business tasks but worry that you might not be able to afford it?
Then you’ll want to listen to this episode! This week on the podcast, I interview my good friend Carmel Seery, who is a Management Accountant. Carmel helps business owners and entrepreneurs build profitable businesses by understanding their figures and by focusing on their most profitable activities. During the interview, Carmel and I talk about the importance of tracking your expenses as well as your payments and about the need to focus on planning, forecasting, and money management when it comes to running events and conferences (especially large ones like our Social Media Bootcamp in Belfast!).
If you want to learn how to implement a system that allows you to have better control over the money in your business without getting stressed or overwhelmed and making things too complicated, this is episode is a must! We also talk about outsourcing, and Carmel shares a simple way to understand whether you can afford it and how to work out whether you should outsource a task or do it yourself!
You will learn…
- Why it’s important to have a simple system to help you manage and keep track of your business accounts every single month (and not once a year in a panic when tax is due!).
- Why it’s better to have £10k profits in a £50k business than £10k profits in a £100k business. (Spoiler alert – building a £100k business requires a lot more hard work, more hours, and more money!).
- How to work out when you’re ready to outsource some of your business tasks and what to do if you find your workload and your turnover fluctuate month on month.
More about Carmel.
If you’d like to get in touch with Carmel to get some help in gaining more control over the numbers in your business so you can focus on your most-profitable products or services, you can find her on her website, Carmel Seery.
Carmel also runs 6-week guided courses(her next courses start on 10thSeptember 2019 and then in January 2020) and is available for one-to-one’s and further training. If you want to get in touch, you can email Carmel at email@example.com.
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The Social Media Bootcamp – Content Marketing for Business. 17thOctober 2019, Belfast
Following the success of our first Social Media Bootcamp in May 2019 at the iconic Titanic hotel in Belfast, my friend and colleague Ashleigh Watson of Copper Square Communications and I are proud to announce that tickets for our second bootcamp-style conference are now on sale. The second Social Media Bootcamp is all about Content Marketing for Business and is taking place on Thursday, 17thOctober 2019 in Belfast.
Here are some of our amazing speakers – go and check them out!
Erin Thomas Wong, founder of Making Mumpreneurs.
Alex Curtis, founder of The Lead Engine.
Ian Anderson Gray, who was my guest on episode 91.
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