February’s revenues were $5,255, up from January’s $4,772. Profits were $2,208, down from January’s $2,436. Profits are down for the third month in a row. However, I still have the price of Mind Management, Not Time Management set at $14.99, which is likely suppressing sales, and is definitely bringing less profit per sale. So why am I doing that to myself?
December’s revenues were $6,090, down from November’s $7,848. Profits were $2,738, down from November’s $6,338.
The profit for this December report is higher than usual for December. For example, in December 2019, my profit was $1,278, and in December 2018, I reported a loss of $773. Much of this is due to a change in how I’m accounting expenses I pay for on a yearly basis.
But first, how I came to make this change. Come along with me through a circuitous thought process. keep on reading »