Ditch the Business Goal-setting Headache… for FREE!

Introducing the Financial Goals Trackers Business Bundle

forms to help you organize, and prioritize your business financial goals

 

Never, ever again will you wonder:

  • How do I know which goal is most important to me?
  • How do I know I’ve created a goal which will work?
  • What do I want my business to look like in a year from now?
  • How will I know that I am succeeding in my business?

And whoa, Nelly, these forms are yours for free!

That’s right, because we are now friends and you, too, hang with my new gal pal, Kate Doster, I’m offering you an absolutely free set of the Financial Goal Trackers for Business.

 

I would, honestly, love it if you would drop me a line after you use the trackers and tell me what you love about them, but there is absolutely no obligation.

In this handy, easy-to-use resource, I provide:

  • background information about the importance of goal-setting
  • step-by-step instructions
  • forms to list and plan for future business expenses
  • a number of different ways to track and personalize quarterly, yearly, and longer-term objectives.

Here’s what others have said about our financial goal trackers

By regularly aligning your financial goals with your time and effort, you’ll

  • increase your business success
  • gain peace of mind
  • know that you have a plan for moving toward specific, reachable business milestones.

Who am I and Why Should You Listen to me?

Hi, I’m Hope Ware. My husband and I have raised our four sons, debt-free on a salary which has consistently been well under the national average.

This meant that I had to count and track every penny. We learned to budget, live within our means, and treasure simple pleasures. We also set big goals (like paying cash for our current home). We grabbed those goals with both hands and refused to let go.

As we began to save more money every month, I gained confidence and realized that I had discovered a system, which allowed me to confidently set goals that we could actually reach – even on our income.

When I started blogging three years ago, my goal was simple: provide a little extra money for my family each month. Being the primary breadwinner wasn’t even in my mind.

However, when my husband’s heart was nearly stopped after a virus attacked it, I was forced to face facts and make decisions. One of the most important was that I needed to stop treating Under the Median like a hobby and make it a business.

Overnight, I had a business, but no plan, no goals, no direction.

That’s when I discovered the truth of the Bible verse, “Without a vision, the people perish.”

I began reading and researching to find answers to what I didn’t know about owning a small business. Slowly, I began to gain an understanding of product creation and marketing.

Reaching back into my arsenal of strategies I had employed over the past 30 years which allowed us to raise four children, debt-free on a small salary, I adapted that knowledge to create a list of prioritized business goals.

I personally designed each one of these forms to help you set up, organize, and prioritize your business financial goals.