Owning A Business Is Always A Gamble,
But No One Wants To Bet Their Soul…
Especially when they’re looking for funding.
Too often, playing the funding game feels more like life and death than business as usual.
Funding Your Business Without Selling Your Soul will teach you how to stack the deck in your favor with three simple steps:
- Know what you’re worth,
- Know what the different types of money people (the Suits) want, and
- Only look for funding at tables where you’ve got an amazing hand
“Don’t partner with a daredevil if you get scared riding the ferris wheel.”
I’m so glad that we’re connected! I’m can’t wait to hear your thoughts about the book and, of course, give you tips about finding the funding your business needs to thrive. Be sure to check your inbox to confirm your subscription to The Bottom Line newsletter. In the meantime, download your sneak preview of the book by clicking the link below.
Author, Funding Your Business Without Selling Your Soul
“It’s not just the money, it’s where the money can take you.”
Join The Discussion
Which of these questions scares you the most when you’re looking for funding? Stephanie wants to hear from you!
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Are you choosing to invest your time, energy and money in ways that prove you #KnowYourWorth?
Does your business story #ShowYourWorth in a way that each potential partner can relate to and believe in?
Once you’ve gotten the funding you’re looking for, what specific actions will you take to #GrowYourWorth?
Meet The Author
Stephanie Sims is a recovering investment banker and champion of small business owners. Her 25 years of experience working with firms as big as Goldman Sachs to those as small as her parents’ local printing business taught her one thing: The owner’s lack of knowledge (and interest in) finance is often the biggest obstacle to them obtaining funding.
Stephanie’s on a mission to change the way businesses get funded by educating owners about their Finance-Ability™ and teaching them how the Suits operate. She believes that every business owner can grow their dreams and their profits – but they have to know their worth.
Stephanie resides in Arizona with her husband and three children.