When I first started out in business, I opened my own law practice.
That was back in 2003 and, ironically, I knew nothing about the legal aspects of business.
Even worse, I thought that legal stuff really didn’t apply to MY teeny, tiny, micro business. I thought it was only for the big companies.
And, I thought that if I paid too much attention to the legal side of things, I would just be asking for trouble — you know all that law of attraction stuff, you get what you think about.
Plus, I trusted everyone I worked with to do the right thing — figuring I wouldn’t work with them otherwise. Know what I mean?
Well, the Universe has a way of throwing our blind spots right in our faces, doesn’t it?
I got my ass handed to me again and again to show me where I was wrong about not needing to have my legal act together when it came to my business.
Fortunately, I wised up before I lost it all and made the choice to learn everything I could about what we really do need when it comes to legal, insurance, financial and tax systems even for those of us who have teeny, tiny, itsy, bitsy micro businesses.
And I wasn’t about to make my decisions from a place of worry, doubt or fear.
So I opened my eyes, did the hard work, and found out.
Now, I’m sharing what I learned with you so you do not have to go through the mess I did, so you can stop making decisions about legal, insurance, financial and tax matters for your business from a place of worry, doubt and fear.
I’m hosting a live webinar (I rarely do these anymore so you are in for a treat) with my good friend George Kao (and to get both of us is an even bigger treat) and you are invited.
I’m going to let you in on all the gory details and also help you see how very easy it can be to make your legal, insurance, financial and tax decisions from an empowered place.
So join me and George. Here’s where ya do it:
And please, after you register, be sure to type in any questions you have about making legal, insurance, financial and tax decisions in your business so I can answer them live on the webinar.
Or ask them here in the comments. This one’s for you.