Compassion takes empathy one step further because it harbors a desire for all people to be free from suffering, and it’s imbued with a desire to help. Compassion is the approach Gabrielle Kelly has been bringing to her clients.
It is tough to talk about business finances, and it is a vulnerable position to be in. For Gabrielle, every operational decision you’re making in your business is connected to the financial impact, so she brings compassion to finance discussions. We all have learned, made similar mistakes, and want to improve things.
Sometimes it’s hard to remember that somebody who does business may not always talk about profit, margins, and bottom line. Gabrielle is very comfortable with some finance and accounting words as an accounting professional. Still, it might seem very daunting and overwhelming to non-finance professionals, so she kind of breaks down those barriers and has those human connections.
She has seen the most significant challenges with start-ups and helped them overcome them by taking away the financial worry and stress and becoming more empowered by having an excellent foundational knowledge of what’s going on with the business. Having a financial plan is vast and carves out that piece that’s always in the background looming. As a small business owner, or a mompreneur, with all these things on your plate, having somebody lift that off of you and carry that for you and with you step by step is super helpful.
Gabrielle has this love for the mom entrepreneurs community because she knows and relates to how limited mom’s time is and how much is on their plate. So, giving them more empowerment and a system to help them achieve more financial freedom and financial empowerment is a huge help for their businesses to succeed.
She also shares in this episode what her business WEM stands for and its mission as a company with Profit First as a system they follow.
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Gabbie Kelly is a mom of 2 and a CPA who’s always wanted the finance and accounting industry to be better, treat people better, and work better with entrepreneurs. She started WEM because she believes entrepreneurs deserve to have a system to ensure their profitability and financial success without having to sacrifice 100% of their time with family, friends, and hobbies to grind it out–why become an entrepreneur if you never get financial freedom or the freedom to work when and how you want to? Life is about so much more than work. It’s time to give entrepreneurs a system to reward their risk of starting their own business and celebrate all they’ve achieved.
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