What You'll Discover In This Episode:
Mo’ money, mo’ problems.
Money doesn’t grow on trees.
You have to spend money to make money.
Money can’t buy you happiness.
We’ve all heard these popular sayings about money but this week, I learned a new one… and I love it!
My guest Brandi Knowles said, “Money doesn’t change you. Money amplifies you,” and that’s exactly what her high profits have done for her and her family.
It’s enabled Brandi to save up for Disney World in a weekend instead of over six months.
It’s given her family the freedom to live wherever they want, regardless of high costs of living.
It’s allowed her to work from home, choose her own schedule, and be picky about which clients she takes on.
The money Brandi’s earned in her business isn’t just enough to get by and live comfortably; it’s enough to afford her family a new lifestyle.
The secret to Brandi’s success?
It’s quite simple really…
Put your blinders on and follow the money.
In this episode of Productivity Straight Talk, I sit down with the Facebook ad and Instagram strategist for an entrepreneurial case study in which we get a behind-the-scenes look at the innerworkings of Brandi’s successful business. While only a year into being a business owner, Brandi is consistently having $10,000 months and helping her clients do the same.
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As a social media VA turned Facebook ad and sales funnel strategist, Brandi Mowles grew her income from $0 to 6-figures in just 10 months. In addition to running the service-based portion of her business, Brandi also helps other service-based businesses scale to 5-figure months so they can enjoy the same financial and life-freedom that she has. When she isn't creating a killer Facebook ad or teaching other service-based businesses how to scale, you can find Brandi with her husband, and 17-month old daughter taking family bike rides, visiting farmers markets, or nerding it up at trivia nights.