This past weekend I attended ProfitCON17 in Morristown, New Jersey. This was my second time attending a ProfitCON and just like the previous time, I came away with such good insight.
I am also proud to announce that I have completed the certification process of becoming a Profit First Professional. Starting in January of 2018, all of my clients will reap the benefits of my application of what I have learned throughout my Profit First certification. To put it simply, with The Profit First System, the business owners will pay themselves, have their financial numbers to the utmost accuracy and all this will help accumulate wealth for themselves and their businesses. My foremost goal however is to have my clients give back, in a BIG way, once they accumulate wealth and have their numbers accurate.
I’ve found such inspiration in the stories I’ve heard from other entrepreneurs who have implemented Profit First into their businesses. Entrepreneurs like Mastery Member John Briggs who said, “The math is simple. One hundred percent of the Profit First Professional members who apply the organization’s benefits, grow. Period.”
Ultimately, I want to achieve my dream of having a successful business that gives back and clients who do the same. Mastery Member Lori Petersen spoke on how being a part of the Profit First Community helped her achieve her dreams saying, “I have more than doubled my company revenue since joining PF two years ago, but that is not the most remarkable part of my experience. I have been unequivocally supported every day by this great organization. I never before have had so much support in achieving my dream.”
In January I’ll be going on a mission trip to Jamaica with Creators of Hope. If you are not familiar with Creators of Hope, feel free to follow the embedded link to their website for more information and how you can get involved. According to their website, “Creators of Hope brings clean, dry housing to Jamaica’s most vulnerable populations-children, the elderly, and single mothers-in the most poverty stricken rural areas around Porus, and beyond.” I’ve wanted to help on one of these trips done by Creators of Hope for a long time now and I’m glad to be able to lend a hand. I’ll be there for about a week and most likely will post a blog post about my experiences, so stay tuned!