Who you gonna call? No, no we aren’t busting ghosts on this episode of the Simply Biz Bean$ Podcast. Kerry and Kim want to know who you going to call when we need advice, accountability and help and at the end of the day to simply have a conversation about our money and funds. What do we need to take into account when finding a mate in money conversations? Grab your coffee as Kerry and Kim explore:
How your business finances are as private as your underwear. The importance of trust, confidentiality and credibility when it comes to your business finances.
Sussing out the landscape. Kerry might even be trading her coffee for a beer and looking at it similar to a family barbeque. It’s important that we find a money mate which is not going to give us bad advice or gossip unnecessarily and this comes alongside experience in business finances.
Starting with a conversation. It is unlikely you will put all your bean$ on the table together. The importance of bite sized pieces and having tools which help you get small understandings of finances, without the overwhelm.
Why living proof matters. A biz bean$ bestie who isn’t afraid to share that they messed up, what they did about it and share mutually.
A big thanks to all the mates and friends who have hung out with us today at the virtual café. To access your free simple subscription tool as mentioned in this episode please head over to https://www.kerryzarb.com/simplesubs where you can begin to get on top of all your recurring payments and take control.
If you’re ready to find your money mates and join others (without any ghosts involved!) we invite you over to the Biz Bean$ club. Kerry and Kim are ready and waiting at https://www.kerryzarb.com/club and we look forward to seeing you there.
Until next time, happy Biz Bean$ to you and see you again soon in the Simply Biz Bean$ virtual café 🙏
Cheers ☕ Kerry & Kim
No beans were harmed during the production of this podcast. Information contained in this podcast should be taken as general advice only and your personal circumstances have not been taken into account. It is recommended that you seek financial advice from a professional who is licensed to do so. If you choose to act upon the general advice shared, you do so at your own risk.