Episode 2: 5 Big Money Mistakes That Creative Entrepreneurs Make 1


Money mistakes in business? We’ve made them all and we really want to help you avoid them. Why does money matter so much? As Brad says, “this isn’t The Path to Non-Profit”. We talk about Tony’s Hsieh’s book “Delivering Happiness” and how reading it was a watershed moment for us. We talk about our passion for helping Coaches, Authors, Speakers, Graphic Designers, and other Creative Entrepreneurs find the profit in they businesses. We talk about the 5 big mistakes – also discussed in Minette’s book The Artful Marketer – that we’ve made and that we continue to see our clients make. There’s also a reference to the Smart Passive Income podcast interview with the person that runs teachable.com. We talk a lot about our own failures with respect to money. The book “Profit First” by Mike Michalowicz is strongly suggested.

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Also available on Youtube – https://youtu.be/KtFc5Ke3LQk?list=PLjFbxpWZSJukrxd2orGI1_ALVHtXMGT5l

Brad Dobson
Brad Dobson is a co-founder of the Path to Profit Academy, and husband of Minette Riordan. He handles all the techy stuff and shares parenting duties. He is a 2-time marathon and 2-time Ironman finisher and for some reason enjoys endurance athletics. After 25 years in the software industry he quit his job to become an entrepreneur alongside Minette.

About Brad Dobson

Brad Dobson is a co-founder of the Path to Profit Academy, and husband of Minette Riordan. He handles all the techy stuff and shares parenting duties. He is a 2-time marathon and 2-time Ironman finisher and for some reason enjoys endurance athletics. After 25 years in the software industry he quit his job to become an entrepreneur alongside Minette.


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  • Margaret Lloyd

    Listening to this podcast is easy and encouraging . As a creative business owner, I really dislike managing my numbers, but I have found by putting systems in place, as Minette and Brad strongly encourage. My business gets easier, and it frees me to focus on the creative fun part of my job.