SB Studios
SB Studios


Grab life by the bottom line! Every entrepreneur has a story. Listen to women discuss the financial side of their business. Both the challenges and the successes.

  • Profit First
    The Profit First method is a new approach to cash flow management that’s helping entrepreneurs ensure they make a profit and are paid. As intuitive as that might sound, entrepreneurs are typically terrible at paying themselves fairly or promptly. It doesn’t have to be this way.
  • What is Cost of Goods Sold & Why Should You Care
    Your Cost of Goods of Sold can tell you a lot about the overall health of your small business. 
  • 5 Tips to Improve Tax Season
    You can either get stressed out about taxes and let them consume you every year, or you can be proactive and get this facet of your life under control and humming along evenly. Which will it be for you? 
  • How to Track Milage for Taxes
    Tracking miles for taxes is easy to get right or wrong. Getting it right is crucial since mileage deductions are a sizable tax write-off for most self-employed taxpayers.  
  • Home Office Deduction For Your Business
    As an entrepreneur if you work from home you get a break on your taxes. The IRS offers two ways to claim the home office deduction on your annual income tax return -- the simplified method, and the regular expenses method. We will go through each method so you know how to calculate both.
  • Bridging Last Year to This Year
    What Was the Biggest Lesson that 2021 Taught You? It is the beginning of the year, so this question holds a little bit more power right now. Let’s get going!
  • Accounting For Freelancers
    Discussing appropriate accounting strategies for freelancers with an eye to the coming year.
  • Career Break
    Guest, Anna Aufdenkampe Rossman reflects back on how a mid career break was the best path for her both professionally and personally. 
  • The Empowered Woman
    Monica Agana, founder of Savage Babe found the courage to say goodbye to the corporate-life and stop working in a job that was unfulfilling. She had never started a business before. Savage Babe turned into a full-fledge community of women that inspired Monica daily. Monica learned that her most successful merchandise were those thoughtful items of intention from the heart and never forced. 
  • Why Routine is Important
    Having a routine means you don’t have to think too hard about how or when to do something; you know exactly what to do and when to do it because you’ve already figured that out. This reduces both the time and stress of decision-making throughout your day
  • I Do Know
    How Nataliya Barbin’s passion project Hello Beaty Full & Co grew into it’s purpose of spreading positivity, encouragement and smiles.
  • Organized Minimalist
    Abi Ness shares how she helps others get back the life, peace and excitement which has been buried by excess stuff.
  • Together With Intuit
    How Intuit products have shaped my career, helped my clients and the exciting opportunities in the future for small business accounting. 
  • How to Stay Connected as a Digital Nomad
    We discuss strategies for staying connected while you are traveling or working away from your home or office.
  • Determining Your Web Presence
    It is vitally important for business owners to choose the correct type of web presence to accompany their business needs. There are three main types of web pages that facilitate the range from basic presence to specific functionality. We discuss the options available.
  • Setting Up Your Webpage and Email
    How to set up your domain name and have a more professional email address and webpage.
  • Embrace Diversity In Your Client Mix
    Fostering a diverse customer base will ensure better financial health for your business long term.
  • What You Need to Know Before Hiring an Independent Contractor
    The differences between an independent contractor and an employee may seem insignificant at first glance, but tax agencies take this very seriously.
  • 5 Mistakes That Can Impede a Business
    Starting a business means learning from mistakes. The good news is you can learn lessons from others. That way, you won’t have to go through them, and you can have a great head start as you grow your business.
  • Setting Boundaries
    Hear Gigi Ropp share her thoughts on how not to make your hustle toxic and setting boundaries between you and your business is necessary.