Did you know that being an energy hoarder can actually put your energy in higher demand? I had never really thought about it like that but we now have the opportunity in today’s episode.
We’re joined by Michelle Loretta. She is a strategist for the events industry and creator of Be Sage Consulting, formerly Sage Wedding Pros. Michelle is an educator, a coach, a consultant, and a professional. And she’s been doing all of this since 2009. She has a degree in accounting, so she knows her numbers!
Join us as we deep dive into balancing time off with a time in creating your own demand and the all important Holy Grail of entrepreneurship—a good cash flow plan. Let’s get started!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
If you’re looking to help align your energy with that lovely financial advice make sure you go to www.flourishmarketing.co/recalibrate to align your chakras, your abundance keys, with your business strategy and your cash flow plan.
Here’s a peek inside this episode:
[1:19] Mantra of the Day
[3:26] Build a business on willpower
[9:40] Energy Hoarder — Use energy wisely: computer off at 5:00 PM + weekends are sacred.
[12:09] Do one thing a day, or set aside time every day to do the one thing you need to do to make your day, week, month, and year successful.
[16:30] How many clients are you taking on each year?
[17:06] Is your price too low?
[18:29] You can’t always just raise your prices.
[21:18] Money is just a reflection of everything else happening in your business.
[22:13] Stages in terms of comfort in terms of financial strategy and business.
[28:34] Email is a gateway drug. You are there to solve problems if you are in your inbox. If you are on a break, don’t open your email.
[29:25] Sabbatical—take time off for three to four weeks every three years.
[30:52] Create your own demand.
[35:32] Create a cash flow plan
Connect with me!
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Where to find more of Michelle:
Michelle’s Instagram: Consulting for Event Pros
Michelle’s Website: Be Sage Consulting