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Guest Post by Jim McKinley, Financial Expert: As a small business owner you are adept at your trade, but you might need help handling finances. Follow these tips to ensure you are planning and prioritizing properly. Organizing money.  Organizing your funds will help you budget and keep on top of your bills. Separate accounts.  According to the experts at Forbes, your first priority should be maintaining completely different accounts for personal versus business funds.  Things can get confused quickly. Having separate pockets helps simplify bookkeeping. Hire an accountant.  Accountants know tax laws and money management, and can help you find deductions[...]

Voiceover to do list

"Every aspect of your life can benefit from goal setting, action planning, prioritizing, and list making."    Well-Qualified List-maker I recently realized that while I’m indeed a good voice talent, and parent, I’m an EXCELLENT list maker (and an EXCELLENT judge, btw). Turns out, my upbringing that resulted in ongoing anxiety, caused me to be an obsessive list maker and a fine critic. As a result, I can churn out lists like nobody’s business (and provide feedback to whoever is willing to listen). That said, there are three things that need to be done BEFORE you make an effective To Do List. (I'm able to[...]

For some reason, I especially like taking stock of my voice-over business when I'm away from it. As someone who's more of a big picture thinker (acccording to some Myer's Briggs testing I did way back when and my own self-awareness), I enjoy looking at what I've done, where I'm going, and what I need to work on to stay focused on my goals - reviewing to-do lists, checking-in with myself about my truest objectives, and making sure I'm on track instead of working on those Not Important/Urgent tasks that come up in a regular business day. (I love the URGENT/NOT URGENT/IMPORTANT/NOT[...]

  Though I've completed Yoga Teacher Training, and practice Yoga as often as possible, you would rarely see me in pretzel-like poses. My practice is a gentle one. It is not uncommon to find me in a room of women (with an occasional male), over the age of 65. I believe that a slow consistent stretching and strength practice is RIGHT for me. And so, I progress, slowly and surely… All this to say that while almost a third of the year is over, and I continue to upgrade EVERYTHING in my business, I must have patience and know that it will[...]

My initial plan was to write about “finding balance”. I think about it a lot. But, the truth is, I’m constantly seeking it, never arriving at this optimum balance of which I dream. The life of a work-at-home mom / voice-over business owner is a daily balancing act that never really balances out. I don’t know what works for you. Balance is a very personal pursuit. It is constantly in flux and is elusive. However, the process of seeking balance ultimately achieves something close to what I imagine it to be. Here is my personal three-point technique… Choose PRIORITIES If I want to[...]

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