If you’ve experienced debt in your personal life or your business, you know that it can feel suffocating. Your financial walls are closing in on you, and you’re ready to get rid of it once and for all.
We’ve talked before about good uses of debt vs. bad uses of debt, and there’s an important distinction. But aside from that, we think it’s important to let go of consumer debt and other debt sooner rather than later.
But how exactly? We can and will help you with this. But before we get into our recommendations for conquering debt, we need to lay some ground rules.
As the days grow warmer and people start taking vacations, wellness businesses often take a hit. Therapy slows down and people opt for outdoor workouts instead of the gym.
Hopefully you’re prepared for the financial slowdown that comes with seeing fewer clients. That means having a subscription-based revenue model and having an advanced account that holds your summer expenses for you.
But with the summer slow-down, your time opens up for so many opportunities behind the scenes while still allowing you to keep a steady paycheck. Let’s explore each one of these!
This is a guest blog post from Howard Polansky of Cash Flow Coach.
I consume podcasts more than any other media. I am subscribed to WAYYYY too many and have to listen to them at 1.6x speed to not get too far behind. One podcast I truly respect is Radical Personal Finance by Joshua Sheats.
Joshua is a husband, father of four, in his mid-30s who walked away from the traditional financial world and has taken his family all around the world to be a global citizen. He is highly intelligent, sometimes way too verbose, but has done something so elegantly simple. He has explained financial planning in 10 words.