Do you struggle with paying yourself as a creative? Do you know how to properly allocate your money to cover things like taxes, operating expenses and savings? Is your business slowly losing money?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions you are not alone! Finances can be scary and confusing (especially if you are newer to the industry), but it doesn't have to be! It is possible to have a profitable business year after year by utilizing a simple cash management system.
In this training, I walk you through exactly what the Profit First Method is, how to set up Profit First in your business, the best way to allocate your money, and the steps to put this method in motion for your business.
By the end of this training, you will know how to put profit first and make the kind of money that affords you the freedom, fulfillment, and stability you've been looking for.
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"Thank you so much for teaching this class! It opened my eyes to the proper way to do finances and pay myself –– which has always been a mystery to me!"
Kelly is a hybrid photographer specializing in Midwest weddings, destination weddings and senior portraits. Shooting on both film and digital mediums, her style has often been described as organic, natural and timeless. When she's not documenting beautiful weddings, she is a financial educator to creative entrepreneurs coaching them on how to pay off debt, create a savings plan, and build a sustainable + profitable business. Kelly's goal is to teach others how to live out their creative dreams while experiencing more freedom, less-stress, life-changing wealth, and a lasting legacy for generations to come.
She is a momma to five (yes––five!) sweet kiddos and a wife of 8 years to her carpenter husband, Ben. Kelly is a small-town Wisconsin girl with a deep love for travel, craft beer, Jimmy Fallon, cafe mochas, warm cozy sweaters, and all things Joanna Gaines. In the off-season, Kelly spends most of her time with her family and completing projects on their beautiful 1800s farmhouse!