If you’re like most business owners, you think of being financially accountable as a necessary evil. It’s something that you have to do, but it’s not always fun or interesting. However, what if I told you that being financially accountable can actually be good for you? Believe it or not, there are a lot of benefits to being responsible with your money. So if you’re looking for a reason to start tracking your finances, listen to find out more.

You’ve heard the saying “time is money.” Well, that’s especially true for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The more efficiently you use your time, the more money you make. Money management is essential to your success.  One way to improve your money management skills is to be more financially accountable.


So, being financially accountable is a good thing. How do you go about being financially accountable? By having a financial story plan and following it. What’s your Northern star?

What’s the end goal that you are working towards? Once you know that, everything else falls into place. You can start to map out how much money you need, where it needs to come from, what resources you’ll be using along the way and all of the other bits and pieces that go into making up a successful financial journey.

If this sounds like something you want to learn more about, join my Numbers Know How Financial Story Plan Community, connect to my I Hate Numbers YouTube channel,  I’d love to have you there!

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