Budget Planning: Why Every Fitness Business Owner Needs to Plan Their Finances

If you are the owner and operator of a small business such as offering your services as a personal fitness trainer it can be all too easy for your personal and business finances to mingle.

It can sometimes be the case that a number of small business owners won’t create a budget that creates a distinction between their personal and business finances, but that is not a scenario to be recommended.

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Here is a look at why you need to create a budget for your fitness business, including how it helps you to control your spending, plan for emergencies, and see exactly how profitable your business really is.…

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5 Tips About Budgeting For Freelancers You Can’t Afford To Miss

The rewards offered through contracting are both personal as well as financial. Despite this, challenges arise; a crucial one being working without a guaranteed income. Below are some simple budgeting tips to help your cash flow.

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1. Predict your earnings and set your rate

By already having a contract for the coming six months to a year secured, you should find it far easier to figure out what you will be earning taking into account savings, bills and living expenses. Nonetheless, if you are working on shorter contracts during the year or in between roles, a strategy for you to take is to evaluate what you need to earn to live comfortably.…

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Lights, Camera, Action: Set Up a Home Video Studio on a Shoestring

If you want to get into shooting YouTube videos, one problem you might run into is the perfect setting. Professionals have a studio, but you can’t afford that. Some YouTube content creators set up and tear down sets every day. You don’t want to do that. Here’s a compromise: why not dedicate a spare room in your home or apartment for video shoots? Here’s how to pull it off.

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Get a Good Set Of Lights

A 3-point lighting system is pretty much standard. That’s the minimum you want to use. Ideally, you’ll go with four-point lighting, which gives you an extra back light and better control over shadows.…

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