13 Financial Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

There are some EXTREMELY costly but easy to make mistakes you’re likely to commit as an entrepreneur.

In fact, there’s a good chance you’re making some of them right now without even knowing it.

DOWNLOAD the free "13 Financial Blunders New Entrepreneurs Make" report here. (pdf)

(NOTE: Although it wasn't one of the original mistakes, it is really important… focusing on business models that create RECURRING income. That's why I've focused on local online marketing – its a monthly recurring income model. And also why my new 6-figure business is 100% recurring focused. If you are not focused on creating recurring income in your business/life, then I highly recommend making that a TOP priority!)

I will admit it. I made some HUGE mistakes when I first started to see some financial success in my Internet business.

One simple mistake cost me over $30,000 plus severely crippled my newly thriving internet business for almost 2 years!

What’s scary is that I’ve hardly seen ANYONE successful in a new business able to avoid this mistake at the beginning.

It’s too easy to make, and I share it with you in the free report.

My goal is to make you aware of several common mistakes so you can avoid them from day 1. If you’re not aware of them, it can destroy your business and negate all of your success.

And over the years I’ve seen many friends, clients and up-and-coming Internet Entrepreneurs make these exact same errors.

The goal of this report is to first share with you “The 13 Financial Blunders New Entrepreneurs Make”, and then give you some actionable ideas so you don’t fall victim to them too.

-Kevin Wilke

"Inspire, Teach, Support and Empower
People To Transform Their Lives"


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2 Responses to 13 Financial Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make
  1. John

    Thanks for the great advice.

    A lot of this may seem to be common sense, unfortunately having sense isn't all that common.

  2. Mercedes

    Many Thanks for this and all your other great advice. Best wishes!

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