Are you able to take a paycheck from your business? If you are, is it enough to make you feel like you’ve arrived?

In this episode, I’m going to bring you up to speed with where we’re at in my new business, Sock Doggo, and I’ll walk you through what has to happen before I can take a paycheck.

Then I’ll leave you with a simple calculation you can use to see when you can get a paycheck or a raise, and finally, feel like you are paying yourself well.

Check the links below for a deeper dive on how to get more profit in your business, and how to course-correct if you’re not on track.

The Secret to Getting Paid

Product rules that will get me closer to a paycheck

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