Today I’m introducing you to the essential, simple systems and habits that will allow your business finances to support your life with ease instead of stressing you the f*ck out.
Profit First will transform how you handle your cash in your freelance or solo business and help you stabilize your finances. Ean introduces us to Profit First and walks us through some things to look out for, and why this is a game changer for your creative business.
How much money is enough? How much do you need to make? How do you figure out those numbers? that’s the topic for today, plus an important update about the Creatives Do Money Podcast!
How much did your regrettable purchases total in the past year? Today we’re getting into the nitty gritty of changing your finances by aligning your spending with your happiness. Sarah Von Bargen has been teaching on this topic for over 10 years and knows all the tips and tricks which she shares with us.
Today we’re talking ways to make managing your money and finances easy and sustainable. Practical ways that you can build momentum and ease around handling your money.
Katie and I talk about facing our business finance numbers and feeling kinda naked doing it. We dive into why it’s so important to get clear on the value you offer others, and some key mindset elements to a successful business. There’s some rock climbing metaphors, some mindset exploration and much more.
Today I’m sharing a guest interview I did on KJ Nasrul’s Stories of Astonishing Light Podcast. Learn more about my self-care practices, my own financial journey including navigating the financial catastrophe of the pandemic, and 3 essential beliefs to move past in your relationship with money.
What does it look like to be a self-employed anti-capitalist consultant and speaker working with – and for – artists and creatives?
Today’s guest, Nora Rahimian, shares exactly how she shows up for her values as she does her work in the world.
How can we even handle budgeting amounts of money we can’t predict? What if you don’t bring in enough money one month to cover your bills?
These questions inevitably come up when we think about budgeting. And irregular income may have been the reason we quit trying to use a budget in the past. So, today I’m sharing with you my tried and tested budgeting method that allows you to succeed with variable income.
Eric shares his transition from full-time freelancing to adding in employment, and what led him to make the change, the challenges of student loan debt, and his epic quest to win an apartment lease through the NYC affordable housing lottery.