7 Key Points to Analyzing the Health of your Business

Michelle Cooper on the Productive Designer podcast

Since the pandemic, we’ve all been paying more attention to our health. *ahem*

But have you been monitoring the health of your business?

Regardless of your answer to that question, no judgment. I haven’t always been the financial goddess I am today. There were times when my high-revenue business was hemorrhaging cash flow, even though it was my job to help other entrepreneurs get their finances in order! Even though my revenue was in the 6-figure category, I could barely pay myself some months. Talk about humiliating!

But I’ve learned it doesn’t have to be that way! Now I run a tight ship because I know exactly what to do to ensure the health of my business. I’m psyched to help you get to that place too!

If you’re cringing ? right now, thinking I’m adding a new, unholy layer of work to your already arm-long To-Do list, fear not! In my interview on The Productive Designer podcast with Crystal Collinson, I lay out the Seven Key Points to Analyzing the Health of Your Business.

These Seven Key Points are how I helped a client’s business who inches away from shutting her doors. If I couldn’t fix her tiny profit margin, she was going to close down the business and get a job as a Starbucks barista. *Not. Even. Kidding. * She said in all seriousness that at least that way she would have a consistent income, plus, she wouldn’t have to deal with all the hassles involved of running her own business.

If you feel that client, and like her, your business has become a freakin’ J-O-B, you need to click here NOW (don’t say you’ll do it later, cuz, you won’t. amiright?) to get the low down on becoming the smart, savvy boss you know you can be. Yeah, Baby!

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Michelle Cooper

Michelle Cooper is a powerhouse entrepreneur, CEO of Alchemy Accounting & Bookkeeping, author of Confessions of a Money Rock Star, Your MoneyDate Journal, and co-author of the collaborative book, Women Rising. She has helped many business owners climb out of entrepreneurial poverty into the land of profit.