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The challenges we’ve all faced over the past year or so haven’t been normal, easy, or anything you could have planned for in your small business. But as a small business owner your size can be an advantage during an unpredictable time.

Check out this conversation between Hannah Smolinski, our Founder and CEO, and Amber Hawley, host of the My Biz Bestie podcast. They discuss how small businesses can survive and even find new ways to thrive financially during the uncertain days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses are nimble, and can more quickly adapt as necessary without the structures a large corporation has in place.

Listen in as Hannah shares her insight to keeping your business healthy during a time that requires shifting and adapting. 

From the host of the My Biz Bestie host, Amber, about this episode: 

In times of so much upheaval and shifting, how can you keep your business healthy? This is the question that Amber Hawley’s guest for this episode is going to answer. She has over Hannah Smolinski, the founder and CEO of Clara CFO Group—a virtual CFO company that helps small business owners reach their goals. Highlighting first the strengths of small business owners, Hannah talks about the nimbleness that they can use as an advantage to move through the changing tides of the business environment. She discusses how they can keep their personal and business goals in line as well as make good financial decisions, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Amber lists down some ways you can cut down expenses, prepare for the worst-case scenario and the future, and even alleviate the demands you put on yourself and save your employees. 

Need a financial expert to look at your numbers and help you make the right decisions to reach your goals? Book a Clarity Session with Hannah today!

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