May 2021 Income At-A-Glance
Gross Income for May: $222,618
Total Expenses for May: $101,092
Total Net Profit for May: $121,526
Difference b/t May & Apr: +$3,486
% of net profit to overall gross revenue: 55%
It’s a question many of us ask ourselves when we reach goals, hit milestones, and look ahead to future possibilities.
Tony Robbins says that if you don’t know what’s next, you’re losing. (Or something to that effect).
Looking back, we’ve always had an answer to the question, What’s next? Keep Reading »
April 2021 Income At-A-Glance
Gross Income for April: $166,142
Total Expenses for April: $48,102
Total Net Profit for April: $118,040
Difference b/t Apr & Mar: -$74,807
% of net profit to overall gross revenue: 71%
March 2021 Income At-A-Glance
Gross Income for March: $313,386
Total Expenses for March: $120,539
Total Net Profit for March: $192,847
Difference b/t Mar & Feb: +$49,031
% of net profit to overall gross revenue: 62%
The first time I ever tried a cold plunge was at a resort in Dominican Republic.
I had just finished a massage, and part of the spa experience was their baths, saunas, and a cold plunge.
Thankfully we had someone walking us through the process of rinsing off, doing a stone walk, getting into a pool and doing a water massage, followed by a sauna, and finally, the cold plunge pool.Keep Reading »
February 2021 Income At-A-Glance
Gross Income for February: $160,883
Total Expenses for February: $17,067
Total Net Profit for February: $143,816
Difference b/t Feb & Jan: -$33,783
% of net profit to overall gross revenue: 89%
Financial freedom and fulfillment is within reach, and it doesn’t have to be as hard as you’re making it.
In fact, there is a roadmap you can follow that will lead you there, and combining over one thousand hours of conversations with today’s most successful entrepreneurs, I created that roadmap.
Perhaps you’ve considered buying an existing business to help you jumpstart your entrepreneurial journey – or even considered selling your own. If you’re in either boat, a logical question to be asking is, “How do you figure the worth of a business?” The answer: a business valuation tool.
We’re going to cover this question in detail and much more here as we dive into the many opportunities available to you if you’re interested in buying a business or selling your own business.