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Business accounts goals 2014Spring is a time of new beginnings and growth.

How are you getting on with your 2016 business goals?  I’m not really a fan of the g word, because I think it can put us under too much pressure to perform in a set period of time,  but nonetheless having an idea of where you want to get to in your business and a plan of action to get there is always a good thing.

What I prefer to do these days is have more balance – more time for me, my husband, dog and my interests and hobbies – rather than spend too much time working.
If this is the same for you then you have to accept, as I have, that it can take a bit longer to get to where you want to in your business, but at least you’ve had fun along the way.

With Spring in the air perhaps is it a good time to look again at your 2014 business plan of action?

In 2013 I made a video about achieving your business goals and also gave away some free resources to help you with your goals.

Completing the spreadsheet actually helps you to see whether your goals are realistic and I think by looking at your figures again it’s just possible you’ll get excited all over again about them.

Let me know how you get on in the comments below

Here’s the link to the article, video and free downloads

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I made a boo boo this week, did you notice?

If you’re on my newsletter list I’m guessing you might just have noticed it.


So what did I do?

I decided to make changes to the follow up emails I send out to everyone who asks to receive my free ebook: Accounts Without Fear.

My autoresponder (the software that handles that side of things) decided to start sending them out to all my newsletter subscribers – doh!
Obviously this was user error on my part, the software just did what I unwittingly told it to do!

Disaster darling!

Well no, actually, not really…

Rob  highlighted it to me (thanks Rob), but then, here’s the thing, other people like Claire (Hi Claire) said “brilliant Jakki – determined to get myself organised from the start this time around in business!”

Accounts/Bookkeeeping, for a lot of people in business, is something they don’t keep on top of very well, despite the fact that it will show them exactly how well their business is doing giving them the confidence that they are heading in the right direction – which surely is exciting n’est pas?

So I’m runnning with it, no-one unsubscribed and if a few of you lovely subscribers thought ‘oh yeah, time to read that book and do my bookkeeping’,then my work is done.

If you want to get a copy of my free e-book “Accounts Without Fear: 3 Simple Steps To Organising Your Accounts Now” ,then fill in the form over to the right and it’ll be yours in the blink of an eye.

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