Getting the Most Out of the Money You Spend and the Money You Make

There are a few simple things people expect when it comes to exchanging money

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Money can be a tricky topic for many of us. We all seem to have our own money issues. We can get tangled up in our past relationship with money: not having it, not saving it, or whatever your story is.

But today I want us to take a look at things a different way. Instead of trying to fix our relationship with money, why not look at things from money’s perspective? Because I guarantee that money itself is a lot less emotional and a lot more unbiased.

So let’s flip the table and talk about what money loves. Each “love” is unique. But more importantly, you can use each of those loves to your benefit in the long run.

Money Loves Clarity

What can you do in your life and business to create more clarity, especially as it relates to money? For example, could you sort out all of your different bank accounts so you know exactly where all of your money is at all times? This is freeing in and of itself, and it also gives you a sense of ease.

Beyond that, can you make it clearer how customers and clients can give you money? Are your products and services really clear and easy to sign up for, or do you make people jump through hoops to buy from you?

Do people know exactly what you do, or are they confused about your business?

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Nathalie Lussier is an award-winning entrepreneur, international keynote speaker, and founder of AmbitionAlly – a company designed to rethink the work world for ambitious women. She’s also the creator of the free 30-Day List Building Challenge for entrepreneurs who are ready to scale.

BusinessCollective, launched in partnership with Citi, is a virtual mentorship program powered by North America’s most ambitious young thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives and small business owners.



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