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Making Sense of Your Business: Goals, Finances, Market, and Systems with Sarah Schulweis

If you're running a business, or simply being an adult, you are aware that it takes about a dozen hats to make everything run smoothly when a million little details demand your time and attention. But one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your business is to step away, take time to understand what you do, why you do it, and how to improve it.

This is stuff that's hard — and isn't taught in school — yet some of the most essential tools to personal success. Talking through other people's questions and realizing you're not alone can be comforting, too. Whether your a business owner or a dedicated salary worker, taking this workshop will help you gain an understanding of all of the pieces of your life and work. In this two-hour workshop, Sarah will talk about all of the aspects of a business, and ways that it can be strengthened. Most importantly, she'll be on hand to answer all of your pressing questions about your current or future business.

Topics to be discussed:

  1. Goals — setting, maintaining, and achieving them
  2. Cashflow — what does it mean, how do you create it, why is it important?
  3. Market analysis — who are your competitors, how to use them as creative fodder
  4. Systems — the best way to create them

About Sarah Schulweis

Sarah Schulweis is the founder of Anchor & Orbit Consulting. She and a team of experts help businesses and creative professionals find their path to growth. Sarah has worked with hundreds of clients spanning a wide range of industries. Her specialities include fine tuning processes, facilitating financial clarity, uncovering strategic market placement, and creating action plans. She uncovers ways for founders and their teams to stay motivated and happy as they shift into bigger and more substantial markets and projects. She believes that in order to create effective strategy, one must have internal clarity about their values and motivation. And that maybe, just maybe, creativity can only happen when you understand your finances. Sarah has been interviewed by Freelance Wisdom and featured on numerous podcasts including The Creative Agency, Have Company, and The Process.