We all have so much to get done. Our small businesses can turn us into workaholics. Our family and friends are always trying to distract us. And all those hobbies take time. So can we really get it all done?
Think of how much life has changed for humans since the dawn of recorded history. We have created air conditioning, air planes, escalators, teddy bears, the Theory of...
As a CPA, Kristin is asked many questions about how small business owners should deal with money and tax issues for small businesses. There is one question that she is asked to most.
Well, as with most questions involving the government and taxes it is never quite that simple.
The common options:
Public speaking is an important skill for small business owners because it gives us another opportunity to show the world we are an authority and is great free publicity. In this episode, we discuss small biz speaking tips with Aurora Gregory, co-author of Get Picked and owner of Aurora Gregory Consulting.
As an 8th grader, Aurora was a finalist in a speech contest. She...
There are a lot of retirement plan options for small business owners. How do you determine which one is right for you? In this episode, we discuss all the options to help you find the right plan for your biz.
All the numbers in this post are valid for 2017. Each year, these numbers are updated by the IRS.
If you are just starting to save, an IRA...
We can't believe it's been 100 episodes and almost two years since we started Small Biz Life. In this episode, Jeff and Kristin reflect on where they were on episode 1 and where they are today.
A lot has changed since we launched the show on September 15, 2015. Join us as we discuss what we've learned and how our lives have changed.
Money and Budgets affect every aspect of out a small business owners and our lives.
Kristin and I have a discussion with Melissa about controlling budgets, working towards our dreams, and her new book, "Building My Yellow Brick Road: Life Lessons from Pursuing a Dream".
Listen to a great interview and get out and ...
We all experience failure at one time or another. Successful business owners learn from their failures and keep going. In this episode, we discuss how to learn from failure to increase your success next time.
Jeff and Kristin discuss the following items this week:
None of us want to deal with unhappy customers but it is inevitable as a small business owner. In this episode, we discuss how to save your sanity and your reputation next time you must deal with one.
Many of us get a negative email, message, or review and want to instantly respond while we are seething mad. Probably not the best way to respond. Before you reply:
Small business owners typically struggle with pricing their products, especially digital products. In this episode, we discuss the factors that must be considered when setting your prices.
For more information about pricing your services, check out episode 90.
There are four components of pricing:
Vanity metrics are the numbers that push most online businesses. However, they are just that vanity. They can make us feel great when they look good or grow. However, if they are low then we feel horrible. It makes us what to stop.
However, we need to remember that good or bad they mean nothing on their own....