POM008: Running a Non-profit or Small Business on a Shoestring Budget

In this episode, we’re going to discuss how to keep your business or non-profit going on a shoestring aka tight budget.


When cash flow is tight in your small business or nonprofit you, you likely restrict spending and tighten up on expenses. You work on getting more sales. These are things that you know to do. While acting as Director of Finance of a nonprofit, some other things helped us survive until we were able to increase revenue.


We’ll discuss the major myth about non-profits that may be hindering your revenue. We’ll also discuss five tips to help you keep your business running even when the budget is extremely tight.


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About Dr. Maria James

Dr. James, The Money Scientist, has expertise with designing income management, debt management, and wealth strategies to help you live your best life. She is the founder of Pocket of Money, LLC and the creator of The Wealth Protocol™. Dr. James has also been a guest financial expert on ESSENCE, WEAA, Madame Noire and more.

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