Before we get to today’s episode, I wanted to share with you that She Takes on the World has been named among Forbes’ “100 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs” in 2015! Thank you so much for all your love and support, and for helping me to grow this site from a humble little blog about my business and travels into an international community of resources and support for entrepreneurs. It’s an incredible feeling.
In this week’s episode of She Takes on the World TV, I want to talk with you about that bothersome yet oh-so-critical piece of your business: your budget.
Now, BEFORE you click away (I know, I know, dollars and cents are a little more ho-hum than our usual discussion), just know: What I’m about to teach you is an absolutely essential strategy if you want to stay on top of where you’re spending money in your business, and make sure you don’t waste a dime.
In today’s episode of She Takes on the World TV, I’m going to share with you the same process we use every year at She Takes on the World ﹘ a little something called zero-based budgeting.
The benefits of this budgeting system are huge. Over time you’ll find yourself working in a more cost-effective way. Your employees will feel more ownership in being involved in the business decision-making. And, of course, it helps trim down budgets that have become bloated over time.
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My actionable for you this week is to take a BIG look at your budget and figure out what should stay in and what needs to go. Start at zero and cut the bloat! It will feel sooo good when you’re done.
Let me know in the comments what you think of this budgeting system. Can you already think of items that might not make the cut? Let’s get a discussion started today.