As small business owners, many of us found ourselves in a holding pattern as COVID-19 hit the United States. Four months later, uncertainty still has many of us questioning how to move forward.

Whether you’re open or closed, struggling or thriving, one thing that is true for us all is that there is no going back to business as usual. How do you create enough control to craft a plan when the world keeps changing? Whether you operate a brick and mortar or online business, a great place to start is crafting your financial plan.

Check out a special video episode of On Purpose with Isha Cogborn with Cash Flow & Business Mentor Connie Vanderzanden as we talk about how you can take greater control of your business in uncertain times.

Watch on StartupLifeSupport.TV


Connie Vanderzanden is on a mission to help entrepreneurs live the lifestyles they desire by learning the simple steps, structure and discipline to create and save money. With 34 years of accounting and bookkeeping experience, a variety of industry knowledge and her own real-life business growth journey since 2001, Connie developed the Going Beyond Revenue Cash Handling System, focusing on cash flow planning that creates profitable and sustainable businesses.

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Unlike the name might suggest, it’s not just for entrepreneurs looking to build and sell companies. It’s for people who chose to start businesses for a greater sense of purpose and more control over their lives. It’s for people who have realized that entrepreneurship isn’t as easy as the Instagram models make it look. It’s for people who are crazy enough to believe in their dreams – even if they don’t feel it every day.

You can’t sit in your lonely little bubble and figure out what to do. A year from now, you’ll still be in the same place, only more frustrated. No matter how smart you are, you’re not an expert at everything. Nor should you be. But what if you were able to add your genius to a pool of other geniuses to get things done faster and easier? No fear of asking a “stupid” question.

No judgement. Just support. We’re in this together.

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