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One Day Advice Podcast

Dec 29, 2021

Small businesses are a great way to build personal wealth and they are the backbone of business in America. In this episode, Kelsey Knutson talks about her entrepreneurial journey and shares wisdom from her experience in leaving the 9-to-5 and starting a business, and eventually becoming a business consultant. She is a wealth of knowledge for small businesses of all stages so if you’re considering starting a business, or want to run an existing business more efficiently, then she will be a great resource for you.

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Kelsey Knutson was raised to believe success came from a college degree & a job with benefits. And though she understood the benefit of stability, the 9-5 life was not for her. After quitting her job, graduating from beauty school, and working in a salon, she finally opened her own business. She built a successful salon where she worked less, made more, and served her dream clients. She loved every minute of it. But she quickly learned most business owners don't experience this firsthand. They are tired, overworked, and losing passion.

This is why she started supporting business owners first out of passion and then as a business. She has closed her salon doors to focus solely on helping people start and scale businesses they love. She has helped clients pay off debt, pivot their businesses, raise their prices, increase their online reach, monetize through social media, and so much more.

Kelsey is a firm believer that being a successful business owner doesn’t mean you have to neglect other areas of your life. She also knows that everyone’s version of success looks different, and that should be celebrated.