My friends have always said that I make it look easy, so I decided to make it easy for them too.
If you’re like most people, the last thing that you want to do is look at a spreadsheet. But not me, I’ve always been a numbers geek. Business and accounting run in my blood. My mom is an accountant. My dad worked as a business manager before becoming an entrepreneur. Growing up, frank discussions of money and profits filled my ears.
Just like you, I’m an entrepreneur. I started my first business at the age of 13. I even managed to talk one of my friends into joining me. You might not think that selling boxer shorts is glamorous. But when we landed a major client, our high-school, it sure felt that way. We closed out the year with a profit. But then we decided that we’d rather spend our time riding bikes. What do you want? We were 13.
My love of numbers drew me to mechanical engineering. But even while attending university, I knew that I really wanted to share my love of bookkeeping and financial strategy. I satisfied that craving by teaching friends and family how to manage their finances. And then there’s my side businesses.
You need somebody to make all this complicated financial stuff simple
Ask any one of my friends or students who I’ve helped through the years. If you want someone to break down a complicated problem into easily understandable pieces, they’ll tell you “Talk to Tammy!”
In fact, some people say that I’m a little too eager to help a soul in need. Okay, mainly it’s my better half saying this. And usually it’s because I’ve brung yet another dog home from my volunteer gig at the local shelter.
But Craig will come around. Meanwhile, I’ll keep concentrating on helping those in need, especially financially overwhelmed entrepreneurs like you.
So let’s hop to it, shall we? You need some structure and strategy to your finances. You want to breathe a sigh of relief while looking at your bank statements (instead of needing a respirator every time you log into your online banking). And I’m just the girl to help you get there.