Maybe you graduated with honors with a major in Communications and a minor in Business Management only to start a few side hustles in order to pay your student loans, or maybe you’re more of a self-learner, skipping college to jump straight into the workforce only to realize that you were more of a leader and less of a follower. Regardless of how you ended up in your entrepreneurial role, it’s safe to say, you probably aren’t investing much time, money, or energy in yourself anymore. And why not? Self-investment is not only a great way to expand your skill set, but according to this article on, it’s the surest way to achieve a better quality of life.

Here are some ways you can make a self-investment:

1/ Learn a new skill. You can either take an online class at your local community college, go to a relevant Meetup, or attend a nearby conference related to your industry.

2/ Read a leadership book or a motivational book. Here’s a list to get you started.

3/ Join a gym, running club, or Zumba class. According to this article on, you may even be able to deduct your fitness costs as a medical expense, but make sure you get a doctor’s note first!

Ok, I know what you’re thinking: Invest in myself? I barely have enough time to finish the tasks on my todo list, have dinner with my family, and nurture my partner every day, let alone take time to invest in myself. Besides that, all your “suggestions” require expendable income, money is tight as it is.

That’s the glorious part about getting in touch with Financial Gravity. We find you ways to keep more of your hard-earned income BEFORE you ever have to schlep it away to the IRS. Paying taxes is an inevitable part of being a small business owner, but there are literally thousands of legal, moral and ethical ways to pay less tax located in the tax code. After a 15-30 minute assessment, we will determine if we can substantially decrease your tax liability. If so, we will then develop and implement a Tax Blueprint, a clear tax reduction plan customized to you and your business. Oh, and you will always save more than what the service costs you, backed by our 2x guarantee.

So what will you do with all that extra money? Invest in yourself, of course!

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