Are you one of the 68%? Thrive! TV Tips

Are you one of the 68%? Thrive! TV Tips

Are you one of the 68% of women who are making less in their bushiness than when they had a job? Yep, last year I did some research amongst corporate crossovers and I discovered that 68% of them are making less in their new business than in their last job… 68%. I think this is a crying shame and it is my mission in Corporate Crossovers to bring this number down. So why is it so high? And how can you be sure not to be in the mix?   Your Action: Firstly, set goals for your business. If you don’t have a financial target for your business, you will never reach it. That may sound obvious but so many business owners I meet don’t have financial targets and so they are just glad to cover their expenses and get by. Then, track your income every day! Look at how much money you have made each day versus your monthly target. I do this and I credit it with being the key factor to doubling my business revenue in one year. Why did it work? Every day, I look at my financial goals and then think about how much I have earned. I compare the two and it motivates me to keep selling and focus on the numbers. This simple little task takes 2 or 3 minutes at the end of the day and you will start to feel empowered and proud of the income you generate each day. And I know, that over time, with that level of focus on your financial goal, you will reach it.  ...
Kill Your Dead Time – Thrive! TV Tips

Kill Your Dead Time – Thrive! TV Tips

I have never met a bored business owner We all have growing to do lists, and not enough time to do them. We are always busy and want to have more than 24 hours in a day. So much time can be wasted by switching between different types of tasks and by commuting times to meeting. This is dead time. Because, not only does your brain need to switch a gear when you are transitioning between tasks, but you also need to shift your energy. And lets be honest, sometimes we struggle to find the energy to create, and other times we can’t stop ourselves. Or maybe you are an early morning person and that I the best time for you to create or to crunch numbers. Personally, I love to write in the morning. I have a clear head, my mind is free, the house is quiet and I can write… but in the late afternoon, it is much harder. So if you want to be more productive – kill your dead time now! Start to observe when the best time of day is for you, or even which day in the week to do certain tasks on. Start to schedule all the similar activities that match your energy flow the best and see what difference it makes. So it might be that you have Monday mornings for writing proposals and research, Monday afternoon for email processing, Tuesday for client meetings etc. Your Action:   Start to notice how you feel about doing certain tasks on certain days and times. Then devise a new schedule that more closely...
Phobic About Finance? Thrive! TV Tips

Phobic About Finance? Thrive! TV Tips

Do your numbers scare you? Are you phobic about finance? Could you tell me how much your business earned last month, last week or even last year? If you are only looking at your business finances at tax time, you are not running a business but you are running an expensive hobby. The more we know about the numbers in the business, the more we understand about it. I know that the thought of getting out the bank statements and checking them against invoices and receipts can seem like a terrible job, but if you are to know the health of your business it is essential. Hiding away form the numbers will probably leave you feeling worse about your business than you need to. I know from the experience of my clients, that they often think their financial situation is much worse than it really is. So you need to embrace the numbers and do it frequently. Leaving it all to tax time means you are already out of date by the time you get them.   Your Action: Here are some easy steps to take to get up to date with your numbers: Block out an afternoon in your diary Gather all of your bank statements and receipts On a big piece of paper or a spreadsheet, enter all of the money that came in each month. Add that up, as that is your income. Then underneath that all of your receipts, debit card and credit card bills and put those in each month – that is your expenses. Simply take away the expenses from your income, and...
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