Financial year end is looming. It is a crucial time of year for your small business as you take stock of the year that has been and plan for the year ahead. Whether you have done it before or this is your first time, financial year end can be a little taxing. There are tax returns to submit and your books need to be in order. Use your prep work for the financial year end to develop a clear picture of the financial health of your business!
We are constantly reminded by our loved ones, media adverts and our own conscience, that it is important to take care of your health and also ensure doing regular screenings when we reach certain age milestones. Why not apply the same principle when it comes to the running and managing your own business?
Running a business is challenging at the best of times and ultimately you want that business to grow and become increasingly profitable. To reach the point where you can work less while reaping the rewards, it is essential to get the foundation right. Once you have that in place, your business should be running smoothly, with or without you, while simultaneously making you the money you dreamed off when you started out.
Times have changed dramatically since the business coaching industry was pioneered and you are not limited to one-on-one coaching anymore. As we see it, a coach should have a range of service offerings to meet the needs of all businesses. Here are 9 ways you could make money as a coach.
The new financial year is here and now is the time to prepare your business for the year ahead. To assist you here is some of the best pieces of advice from Business Coach Milton Collins.
Cash flow problems can sink a small business. Here, ActionCOACH covers everything you need to know about managing the money in your business.