Money matters do not need to be complicated.
Sign up for the free, online Masterclass to get to grips with your finances and avoid going broke in business!
Money doesn’t need to be intimidating. And yet, for years, I’ve met HUNDREDS of business owners who hide from their numbers.
This Masterclass is for you if you are:
- Hiding from the money matters of your business.
- Constantly undercharging or offering discounts.
- Still not paying yourself a salary.
- Unsure how to use numbers to make business decisions.
The truth is, if you keep turning a blind eye to the financial side of your business, eventually you’ll wake up one day completely broke, with no idea of where all the money went.
To succeed in business and make a living doing what you love, you MUST learn how to manage your money once and for all.
And I am going to make it super simple for you! You just need to be willing to trust in me, and in yourself!
You can absolutely master your money matters.
Take the first step and register for this Masterclass, where you’ll learn the most important numbers to pay attention to in business and how your attitudes towards money are holding you back from success.
Who’s that girl?
Hey! I’m Danielle Anderson, founder of Step & Stone, based in Nairobi. I have nearly 2 decades of experience in strategy design, product development, and business management.
Since 2013, I’ve been working with hundreds of business owners around the globe, helping them figure out how to make money doing work they love.
But I also help them understand how running a business could have a MASSIVE personal financial impact. And if you don’t manage your money properly, you could go broke in the process.
Using my 10 year career in financial services (for the folks at Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and HSBC), my penchant for Excel and my passion for helping you make sense of your numbers, I help you take back control and grow your confidence in the financial side of your business.
Plus, I’m a business owner, just like you.
So I share the tools that I use to manage my own business, using easy-to-understand concepts that even the worst math student can make sense of.