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The boring sh!t in business Podcast with Amy Bajada

AmyBajada

Ahh the boring sh!t in business .. you know the sh!t I'm talking about! Profit margins, cash flow, forecasting, strategy .. oh my! Eyes rolling? Then you've come to the right place! I have developed a platform here to break the stigma attached with the boring components of business. It's here to provide education, fun, provoke discussion and challenge the notion that our numbers may actually not be as boring as they seem. Don't believe me? Have a listen! A x

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EPISODE 86 : There are no shortcuts!
2d ago
EPISODE 86 : There are no shortcuts!
"Every shortcut has a price usually greater than the reward" It becomes increasingly concerning with every facebook post, on every business forum when I see business owners completely consumed with sales, with social media, with funnels.  Where are those business owners who are consumed by business success? Where are they asking for assistance to help them to create solid financial foundations in their business? I know where they are... they are the ones too scared to look at their bank balances, are kept awake at night working out ways to make this game of being in business work.  With not one consideration that the answer is under their noses ... know your numbers! Instead, they choose very obviously to bypass this part of the framework needed to set up a successful business ... they take the short cut straight to selling. Straight to spending money on advertising, on setting up their instaworthy offices ... only to find themselves struggling right from day one to make money and make the money in their business count. Stop taking shortcuts!!!  What's the rush? The reality ... your business will be around longer if you take the time now.  There is no need to rush. This episode is a timely reminder as we move into a new financial year, that it's never too late to get it right.  But you need to trash this idea that you can simply bypass this part of the process, and embrace the new norm of taking the time to do things right.  There are no shortcuts!  But, it comes with a warning.  Only those serious about making real progress in their businesses need listen. Look around, because those you admire, those successful business owners ... they already know this stuff.  Take a listen. A x Some resources that may assist you with getting more acquainted with your numbers; Free PDF download : A guide to business forecasting Free PDF download : 3 things you can do daily to improve your cashflow Mini Course : Getting started with Xero Mini Course : Getting started with Quickbooks Join my community for tips and support : www.amybajada.com.au
EPISODE 86 : There are no shortcuts!
2d ago
EPISODE 86 : There are no shortcuts!
"Every shortcut has a price usually greater than the reward" It becomes increasingly concerning with every facebook post, on every business forum when I see business owners completely consumed with sales, with social media, with funnels.  Where are those business owners who are consumed by business success? Where are they asking for assistance to help them to create solid financial foundations in their business? I know where they are... they are the ones too scared to look at their bank balances, are kept awake at night working out ways to make this game of being in business work.  With not one consideration that the answer is under their noses ... know your numbers! Instead, they choose very obviously to bypass this part of the framework needed to set up a successful business ... they take the short cut straight to selling. Straight to spending money on advertising, on setting up their instaworthy offices ... only to find themselves struggling right from day one to make money and make the money in their business count. Stop taking shortcuts!!!  What's the rush? The reality ... your business will be around longer if you take the time now.  There is no need to rush. This episode is a timely reminder as we move into a new financial year, that it's never too late to get it right.  But you need to trash this idea that you can simply bypass this part of the process, and embrace the new norm of taking the time to do things right.  There are no shortcuts!  But, it comes with a warning.  Only those serious about making real progress in their businesses need listen. Look around, because those you admire, those successful business owners ... they already know this stuff.  Take a listen. A x Some resources that may assist you with getting more acquainted with your numbers; Free PDF download : A guide to business forecasting Free PDF download : 3 things you can do daily to improve your cashflow Mini Course : Getting started with Xero Mini Course : Getting started with Quickbooks Join my community for tips and support : www.amybajada.com.au
EPISODE 85 : Karen Ahl founder of Web-Sta & Business Growth Coach
Jun 21 2022
EPISODE 85 : Karen Ahl founder of Web-Sta & Business Growth Coach
"Consistent action creates consistent results" - Christine Kane My guest on this episode epitomises the sentiment that consistent actions create consistent results.  Karen Ahl, founder of Web-Sta (a bespoke web design agency) and Business Growth & Engagement Coaching, is putting in the reps when it comes to building not only two very successful businesses for herself, but also when it comes to her health and fitness.  Karen takes a moment out of her very business schedule to talk about establishing Web-Sta back in 2006 after taking on the rock climbing wall industry, and the natural transition from web design to being a Business Growth & Engagement Coach.   Throughout this episode we look at; the 3 features every website should have,how the digital world has impacted brand loyaltyto the place good old fashioned networking and referrals still have in business today  We discuss the importance of choosing the right person for the job, and how mindset and consistency play a big part in running a successful business and personal pursuits such as health and fitness.  You'll find everything from tamagotchi's (IYKYK) to body building in this episode ... so be sure to take a listen. A x   Connect with Karen Ahl Facebook (Coaching) |  (Web-Sta) |  In (Personal) |  |  | and resources Karen mentioned throughout the episode Karen's Blog Post : 38 Things I Wish I Knew About Business Before StartingThe Profit Masterclass Course More resources My Small Business Cashflow Course : www.amybajada.com.au/waitlist
EPISODE 84 : Financial Forecasting Confidently
Jun 14 2022
EPISODE 84 : Financial Forecasting Confidently
I know you've heard the term, I know you know it's something you really should be doing as a business owner, so why haven't you done so yet?  In my experience a lot of it has to do with confidence, a lot to do with time and a hell of a lot to do with just not seeing any immediate purpose for it because you are busy with marketing, making sales and doing business. Well my friend, now is the time to make time.  There is such volatility in the market at the moment, consumer habits are changing and we are being forced to think differently.  So why not start the change with a financial forecast to help you shape the future. In this episode my conversation is centred around the foundations of financial forecasting and what benefits it can have on your business.  How understanding various aspects of how your business operates, can make this process not only easier for you, but more effective.  I talk fixed and variable components, pricing impact and controls, stress testing or scenario testing your business, being flexible and realistic along with importance of re-evaluating your assumptions for them to stay relevant. If you don't already ... you should. Take a listen. A x   Topics of interest throughout the episode; Starting with what you know [4:45]Fixed and Variable elements of your business [4:45]A chat on Fixed [5:34]Identifying drivers of change [6:18]A chat on Variable [6:34]Pricing models [7:50]Stress testing or Scenario testing your business [10:07]The fun part [11:05]Forecasting integrity [11:50]Optimistic forecasting [12:22]Measurement [13:18]Forecasting for significant shifts [16:07] The key take aways from this episode; Understand the key drivers of your numbersIdentify what is fixed and variableUse what information you have available to you to understand business trendsStress test scenarios in your business to see what makes the most senseBe realistic and flexible in your approach to your forecastCommit to the strategy Relevant links as mentioned throughout; Small Business Cashflow Course www.amybajada.com.au/waitlistBook a Discovery Call www.amybajada.com.au/discoverycallSign up to my community www.amybajada.com.au/signup
EPISODE 83 : The motto I live by
Jun 7 2022
EPISODE 83 : The motto I live by
If you had the opportunity to have access to the right information to positively change your lifestyle, the success of your business ... would you??   Or would you choose to not invest in it because you don't think it's worth it and you don't want to hear it?? What am I talking about?  And what does this have to do with the motto I live by?  In this episode, I talk about learning for the very first time the value of knowledge.  How to use it to create strength and what power it has when you embrace it. As a financial coach, this becomes prevalent in work I do every day with business owners .. You would think that there would be a resounding "YES" to the above question of "If you had the opportunity to have access to the right information to positively change your lifestyle the success of your business ... would you?"  But sadly, this is met with a "NO", 9 times out of 10.  Why? Because so many small business owners choose ... yes choose, to ignore the financial side of their business because they don't value it. They aren't the processors of the financial information in their business, they have an accountant or bookkeeper do that ... so they choose to not get involved in the "hows and whys".   Knowledge isn't reserved for the "so-called" experts ... as a business owner, knowing your numbers is imperative to the successful day to day running of a business.  If this isn't of value to you yet ... perhaps this episode is worth a listen.  Or more still, perhaps we need to have a chat.  But check this out first.  A x To book a FREE, no obligation discovery call with me simply head to www.amybajada.com.au/discoverycall To check out free resources to assist you in getting familiar with your numbers and various other financial aspects of your business, head to www.amybajada.com.au
EPISODE 82 : Roberta Fairbanks from The Stylish Studio
May 31 2022
EPISODE 82 : Roberta Fairbanks from The Stylish Studio
Being a mum can often be a lonely and challenging time.  Being a mum and business owner, even more so.  My guest, Roberta Fairbanks knows a thing or two when it comes to rallying a strong community of women and business owners and has taken a moment out of her extremely business schedule to have a chat. Roberta does it all .. an award winning marketing strategist, branding specialist, website designer, magazine editor, event planner, speaker and mum ... Roberta knows just what it takes to have resilience and drive in business. Having owned several very successful businesses, and recently having gone through a business breakup ... I was drawn to Roberta's strength and ownership when it came to telling it all like it is. She uses her social platforms to remain connected and candidly shares the highs and lows of her journey through this beautiful life. In this episode, we discuss the importance of setting boundaries, passion and aligning that to our purpose, the importance of a supportive community and showing up as our authentic selves.  In addition, we chat about how competition can push us to our next level and how going through the pain, rather than avoiding it ...  reminds us of our purpose. I loved my time with Roberta, and you will to ... take a listen. A x   How to get in touch with Roberta ... Instagram ... www.instagram.com/roberta.fairbanks Instagram ... www.instagram.com/thestylish.studio Website ...
EPISODE 80 : Money Mindset Myths
May 17 2022
EPISODE 80 : Money Mindset Myths
Snoop Dogg once said ... "I've got my mind on my money and my money on my mind" ... Whilst he isn't hailed one of the masterminds of this area of expertise, you can't deny that he has a really good point! ...  Money and mindset go hand in hand, and I know you already know that!  As a financial coach I see this all too often .. many business owners convinced that they just aren't good with money because maths wasn't their best subject in school.  Now whilst that's a watered down version of the many conversations I've had with business owners over the years, the one thing remains constant, there is a real problem with mindset when it comes to money and in particular business owners wanting to participate in the financial side of their business. For some reason there is this real fear, or even disregard for the importance of knowing more about this in our businesses.  And for all the power that it holds, I'm surprised time and time again when this isn't the first thing business owners want to know when they start a business. There are many reasons this problem is created, and throughout this episode I explore a few of them along with of course providing nuggets of valuable ways we can shift this mindset and these blocks for run more financial freeing businesses. Check out the conversation here.   For free financial resources to help you improve margins, profitability and cashflow ... head to my website www.amybajada.com.au   My Small Business Cashflow Course ... opening again on the 30th May 2022, www.amybajada.com.au/sbcc   To discuss 1:1 coaching opportunities ... simply book a discovery call at www.amybajada.com.au/discoverycall   And to join my inner circle ... www.amybajada.com.au/signup
EPISODE 75 : 10 things to make the last quarter count in your business!
Apr 12 2022
EPISODE 75 : 10 things to make the last quarter count in your business!
It's April. It's the beginning of the last quarter of our financial year here in Australia.  And it's no time to put the brakes on in your business!!!! In all the years I've been doing this, I have seen many business owners get to April and convince themselves that it's time to start gearing up for the new financial year, and winding down from the one coming to an end.  STOP!!  Mindset is such a powerful tool to achieving the results you want, and it's no different now.  You still have 3 months, 12 weeks, 90 days to make a huge impact on your business results and on your cashflow ... so now is certainly not the right time to slow down and wrap up. In this episode, coming at cha with the high energy you should have right now, I take you through the 10 things you can do right now to make the last quarter of this financial year count!! Here is the outline of what you can expect to hear; #1 : Get clear on what record keeping tasks still need to be completed [0:47] #2 : Perform your product stock takes and understand the impact of your stock levels and align these with your plans for the new financial year [2:04] #3 : Get your Superannuation up to date [3:17] #4 : Understand what your deductibles are, but don't buy deductibles you don't need [4:07] #5 : Review your actual results against your forecasted results .. it's never too late [5:06] #6 : Develop your Financial Forecast / Business Plan for the new year [6:10] #7 : Understand what resources you will need to execute your new year plans .. never too early to start brining yourself up to speed and ready to go [7:21] #8 : Check in your liabilities ... include these in your plans [8:22] #9 : Check that your pricing strategy is effective enough to achieve your results [9:33] #10 : Perform a Business Systems Review [10:46]   This should keep your energy up, your goals on track and you busy for now!  Go make it count my friend!! A x   Resources to assist you along the way .. A FREE Guide to Business Forecasting (7 page PDF download) www.amybajada.com.au/freeforecastingguide 3 things you can do daily to improve your cashflow (PDF download) www.amybajada.com.au/cashflowpdf   Don't forget to join the waitlist for my Small Business Cashflow Course which is back in May/June 2022 www.amybajada.com.au/waitlist
EPISODE 74 : The 5 mistakes I made when starting my business
Apr 5 2022
EPISODE 74 : The 5 mistakes I made when starting my business
I often joke about leaving my 9-5 job to open my business so that I can work 24/7.  But is it really a joke.  This statement is false in two parts ... the first, since entering the world of corporate finance, I have never worked a 9-5 job EVER.  And the second was that it was a joke ... because it is no joke.  There are moments where I feel like I work 24/7 and moments when I actually do.  And perhaps this is the first mistake all these leading coaches will tell me, that I'm making ... but when you run a business, when you are passionate about something like I am about what I do, there have been plenty of mistakes I've made along the way, but I don't think this is one of them. So join me as we unpack this ...   Mistake 1 : Thinking work would just land in my lap [4:44] Mistake 2 : Trusting my immediate network would carry my business in the early stages [6:35] Mistake 3 : Assuming what I had on offer was for everyone [8:10] Mistake 4 : Thinking I knew what tech I needed to run my business [9:57] Mistake 5 : Stretching myself too thin just to get work done [12:33]   Whilst these weren't the only mistakes I made, and continue to make, I might add, I love learning ... I'm sure you can relate.  Come take a listen. A x   Tech mentioned throughout the episode Canva [Graphic Design program] www.canva.com Sked [Scheduling program] www.skedsocial.com Convertkit [Creator Marketing program] www.convertkit.com Audacity [Audio Editing Software program] www.audacityteam.org Trello [Visual Work Management program] www.trello.com Kartra [Online Business program] www.kartra.com Squarespace [Website Builder program] www.squarespace.com Podbean [Podcast Platform] www.podbean.com   Other links mentioned throughout : Episode 72 : Mum Guilt   If you would like to learn about the ways we can work together, please head to www.amybajada.com.au To schedule a FREE no obligation Discovery Call with me, simply follow the prompts at www.amybajada.com.au/discoverycall
EPISODE 73 : Michelle Crutcher (Business Coach)
Mar 29 2022
EPISODE 73 : Michelle Crutcher (Business Coach)
My guest on this episode is no stranger when it comes to dealing with small business ... Michelle Crutcher has had over 20 years business experience working for some of the largest global organisations in the procurement space. Having had seen the struggles and challenges small businesses face when trying to compete with large organisations she is on a mission to help small businesses become more competitive in their market whilst creating profitable and sustainable businesses that fuels their purpose and passion and lights them up every day. I first met Michelle last year, when we both embarked on the journey to take our talents and businesses online.  I clicked with Michelle immediately due to our joint love of bringing big business thinking to small business owners.  In this episode, Michelle and I not only talk about her new program the "Business Growth Mindset" | a 3 month Online Program designed to take your business to the next level and set you up for profit and sustainability, but also time management, procrastination in business and travelling to Italy. It's a great episode packed sure to get you thinking about how you run your business and whether there is room for improvement. Be sure to join us ... A x   Links on how to get in contact with Michelle to find out more about her program ...   Business Growth Mastermind Waitlist : :  Business Success Facebook Group (run by Michelle) : : : : Planner Free Resource :   Other links as mentioned in the episode ...   My Small Business Cashflow Course waitlist : www.amybajada.com.au/waitlist
EPISODE 72 : Mum guilt and running a business
Mar 23 2022
EPISODE 72 : Mum guilt and running a business
In my lifetime I have been an accountant, a CPA member, a CFO, a Director of Possibilities, a Commercial Manager, a CEO, a Financial Coach .. but the minute I gave birth to my son, the only title that seemed to matter to the outside world was "Mum".  And perhaps a little more internal than I gave it credit for.  But essentially from the moment I met my son .. my world and my perception of me in it changed.  I was flung into a feeling of guilt I'd never felt before. Guilt because my business was where I felt more at home, more drawn to ... but I now have a child that needs me, that I love more than any other love I've known before .. but there just isn't enough hours in the day to be everything for everyone. This episode is a glimpse into how my world changed when I had my son.  How every day since has been a combination of carrying my laptop around to get a moment of work in between my duties as a mum, how I feel the most aligned to my work whilst still figuring this mum stuff out and of course the steps that I take on a daily basis to combat these feelings. I know I'm not alone in this .. and perhaps this is my way of changing the narrative, changing the words .. eliminating the term guilt and just recognising that more needs to be done to ensure that we educate our children along with ourselves on the premise that there is a human side to being a mum and how we have more outside of our "mum" world and that we have other things we need to attend to. Take a listen ... let me know what you think. If you like what you hear, please support my podcast by hitting that subscribe/like/follow button (who knows that it is these days as it's different for each platform where you may be listening) If you'd like to know more about what work I do outside of being a mum, and how I can assist you with your business, schedule a FREE NO OBLIGATION DISCOVERY CALL here ... www.amybajada.com.au/discoverycall If you are a business owner and would like to join my community and get early access to trainings, courses, free content and business support ... JOIN MY MAILING LIST here ... www.amybajada.com.au/signup
EPISODE 71 : It’s time to stop asking small business to give you shit for free!  ENOUGH!
Mar 17 2022
EPISODE 71 : It’s time to stop asking small business to give you shit for free! ENOUGH!
Whilst I have the pleasure of working with business owners on their financial strategies, the downside to this type of work is understanding the financial pressures and pains that business owners go through.  Downside only from the point of view that I really wish they didn't have to go through such pain to get to a better place. So it pains me to no end, when I see on various forums like Facebook groups, business owners asking for something either for little fee or worst still ... for free!  Really? I call time on this!  It's time to start to value small business more.   In a recent scroll through Facebook groups as a way to keep my engagement up, I found myself getting more and more frustrated by the recurring theme of questions being asked ... One in particular sent me over the edge and prompted the discussion on this episode today ... it went something along the lines of "I'm about to reignite my coaching business and I need a website, but I have a very little, to no budget and was hoping someone could help me out" ... non threatening enough I hear you say, but when you dissect what this person is asking, is it really in the spirit of supporting small business, or just looking for something for nothing because it is posted in a way that disguises these questions as friendly support for other businesses ... lets chat about this. If this is a recurring theme for you and you would like to work on this to improve your financial foundations for your business, let's book a free, no obligation discovery call where we can talk about strategies to get you to your desired outcome for your business.  Simply book your call here >>> FREE DISCOVERY CALL Perhaps you're interested in my Small Business Cashflow Course and would like to join the waitlist >>> JOIN WAITLIST HERE Other free resources that could provide assistance with your financial strategies ...  30 Cashflow Challenge >> of an effective Pricing Strategy PDF >>
EPISODE 70 : Charelle Griffith - Marketing Strategist
Mar 8 2022
EPISODE 70 : Charelle Griffith - Marketing Strategist
Charelle Griffith is a Business and Marketing Strategist for coaches, consultants and service-based business owners. With a passion for supporting solopreneurs and small business owners, Charelle focuses on taking the overwhelm out of marketing and instead creates marketing strategies that help her clients to shine online, consistently create content that converts, and ultimately build a thriving business that supports the lifestyle they desire. Charelle is also an award-winning book blogger and Founder of PropelHer’s Book Club. In an online conversation I had with Charelle late last year, Charelle was telling me how she'd recently gone through the process of changing up some of her services, including her pricing strategy, yet still maintaining a targeted and in her words "dreamy" client base. Charelle stopped by to talk all things content creation, pricing strategies, the changes she has recently made to her service offerings and pricing and who she would have play her in a movie about her life. Some key points made throughout the episode that may be of interest .. [2:56] Showing up on camera [4:17] Content creation as a business owner [7:35] The multiple platforms for content creation and how to approach these [11:37] The 3 things Charelle suggests a platform should do for you and your profile [12:37] Scheduling content .. consistency vs algorithm [14:36] Who engagement numbers can be misleading [17:52] Charelle's journey to change her services and why it's important to review yours regularly. [24:15] Pricing ... the importance of getting this right [35:10] Who Charelle would have play her in a movie about her life and why. It's definitely a favourite of mine, that I know you will love also ... so come take a listen. A x   Link to Charelle's blog post and free workbook - How to create a content marketing plan' - charellegriffith.com Book blog: charellegriffith.com/reads/ Mailing list: Join my mailing list Connect on : Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest
EPISODE 69 : Funding options for small business
Mar 1 2022
EPISODE 69 : Funding options for small business
It's been said that "money isn't everything, but everything needs money"  Ain't that the truth when it comes to running a business!.  Unless you have the balance sheet of Tesla or Microsoft, the idea of accessing funding for your business has probably crossed your mind once or twice. At some stage you may need to make a choice, so it’s worth doing your homework when looking at the various financing options available for small businesses, and in what situation they may be appropriate. In this episode, we explore the 3 main types of business finance available and what they each mean for your business structure and funding needs. Some key points made throughout the episode; [2:43] What is Debt Finance and what is it characterised by? [3:48] Biggest upside to Debt Finance [5:50] Qualifying for Debt Finance [6:59] What is Equity Finance? [8:23] Type os Equity Finance [9:43] Retained Profits [10:29] Other funding types   If you are exploring funding options for your business, perhaps you'd like to consider my Small Business Cashflow Course, that works through the management of cash for business in step by step detail and explores various strategies to make this easier on business owners to manage and therefore alleviate the stress that cash funding can create. My next intake will be mid year, but you can join the waitlist at Small Business Cashflow Course Waitlist   Other cashflow resources that may be of interest FREE 30 day cashflow challenge FREE PDF : 3 Things you can do daily to improve your cashflow
EPISODE 68 : Henry (Hank) Paul from Henry Paul Photography
Feb 22 2022
EPISODE 68 : Henry (Hank) Paul from Henry Paul Photography
Henry (Hank) Paul from Henry Paul Photography is a full-time wedding photographer and educator based in Sydney, Australia, specialising in sustainable and inclusive weddings. He is a lover of board games, indoor plants and all forms of fried potato as well as the co-host of the Profit on the Margins podcast, author of the book "Queer-Owned", and creator of Queer Wedding Ally Training. I first met Hank through an online course I'd signed up for in 2021, and became instantly aware of how incredibly important his message, work and friendship were in my life.  And when I find something or someone incredible, I can't help but want to share.  I am grateful that Hank joined me for this episode where we discuss getting started in business, being authentically ourselves, Queer Ally Training and why it's an important message, the joy of continuous learning and who would play him in a movie about his life and why. We packed so much into this episode, it was so much fun ... here are some of the key discussion points for you to enjoy; [2:48] - Hank's story of getting started in the photography business and what impact his personal journey had on this time.[10:12] - Taking his business full time.[13:25] - Why it's important to Hank to "always be a student" when running his business.[15:22] - One piece of advice Hank has for other business owners.[18:03] - COVID and the impact of running a 1:1 service based business.[23:30] - On evolving his business module and writing "Queen-Owned"[34:28] - Discussing his new "Queer Wedding Ally Training"[40:05] - Who he would have play him in a movie about his life ..[43:20] - Being co-host of the Profit on the Margins Podcast Join me as I chat with Henry (Hank) Paul ...   To learn more about Henry Paul Photography head to to build a profitable business while creating a social impact .. learn how you can do so with Hank at www.hankpaul.co Sign up for Hank's Queer Wedding Ally Training here Queer-Owned : The ultimate guide to personal branding for LGBTQ+ Entrepreneurs at to Profit on the Margins Podcast here out more about what Hank is doing on his socials;
EPISODE 67 : To raise prices or not to raise prices, that is the question!
Feb 15 2022
EPISODE 67 : To raise prices or not to raise prices, that is the question!
If you've ever found yourself continually dipping into your personal bank account to fund anything for your business, I can bet that it's because you haven't got your pricing right!  If you are constantly delaying creditor payments, or dread the "money shuffle" as I call it. You know the process I'm talking about, where you move money around so much trying to juggle due dates, that you make your own head spin.   Again, I hate to tell you my friend, but you're pricing is off. It has to be!!  In this episode, I unpack why it's obvious your pricing is off PLUS: Under what circumstances you may need to raise the pricing on your goods or services,How you need to push through the uncomfortableness of the process of raising your prices,Why raising prices is critical to the survival of your business,What components you need to consider when developing your pricing strategy,What communication channels may be appropriate to effectively use during this process,How consistent, transparent messaging is important throughout the communication process. After listening to this episode, you will definitely be able to identify whether you are ready to raise prices in your business and how you can tackle this transition. To make it easier for you to locate the relevant sections of this episode; [3:09] Why your pricing is important[3:20] Why your pricing may be incorrect[4:09] What components you should consider when pricing your products or services[5:57] Some of the best ways to communicate your price change[8:47] The importance of consistent messaging[11:44] Some additional advice from yours truly ... As pricing is undoubtably linked to the cashflows in our business, if you haven't already, be sure to take my 30 DAY CASHFLOW CHALLENGE ... 30 days, 30 key cashflow strategies to help you improve the overall flow of cash in AND out of your business! "I literally did your 30 day cashflow challenge in like 3 days over Christmas, I literally just sat on the lounge room floor and did it. And found about $2,500 worth of spend each year that I just didn't need anymore, which I ditched. I'm going to do it again with my personal expenditure!" Also, if you haven't done so already, follow the podcast.  I'm have so much exciting stuff to come this year, plus an impressive list of guests coming along to share the conversation with, and if you're not following, there is a good chance you may miss out!  FOLLOW HERE! A x