So on my podcast interview with Cindy Bidar, she talked about knowing your numbers. That lit a spark in my mind that has turned into a full blown flame!
Here is what happened. After Cindy put that bug in my ear, this is what I did next. She gave some ideas of numbers (beside income) to pay attention to and I immediately went searching for them and created a plan to actively grow those numbers. I recorded the current numbers for June and set a goal for each month’s growth. Because there is one very important thing I do know. Want to know what that is?
What you pay attention to grows!
Select an agenda, pick a focus, give it your undivided attention and nurture it and it will grow. Now I can almost guarantee you that advice will never fail you. Almost positive but it does require you to put in focus and intention and pull out the weeds and in no time at all you have beautiful flowers (in your bank account that is!)
So many entrepreneurs only want to focus on the bottom line income figure. But the other numbers are what feeds into your monthly income and that deserves your attention too. As Cindy so nicely stated "fall in love with your numbers." You will be able to see the rewards.
So I am sharing one amazing tip this week on what to look for to get you a plan of action for your numbers.
Also if you are interested in learning more about how Cindy can help you to create funnels, here is her Free Funnel Workbook.
ONE BIG AMAZING TIP
So my one big amazing tip for this post is simple. It only makes sense to have a way for you to know your numbers so you can affect change on them. Without that, you are clueless.
What helps you know that better than Google Analytics? Just simply being able to understand what you are reviewing in your Google Analytics and how to impact the numbers that matter the most there is really enough to have a huge impact on your business. Now there are probably a lot of other resources out there that will blow Google Analytics out of the water, I don't know. But for newbies like myself, Google Analytics provides just the right amount of data without being overwhelming.
Have you been tracking your numbers? If so, share what works best for you?