“Working more doesn’t always equal more money..” – Jayden Doye
About Our Guest
Jayden Doyé was not always the financial guru that he is today. Growing up in a household, just shy of the federal poverty line in Prince George’s County, MD he knew the importance of money management, but didn’t have the tools to create the financial stability he so desperately craved. Graduating Towson University with a B.S in Accounting & incurring a large amount of debt, Jayden was determined to make a change. With a little hard work and A LOT of sacrifice, Jayden became independent, gained professional growth as an accountant at a small CPA firm in Atlanta and became a Certified Public Accountant. Over the past five years he’s worked with clients in just about every industry-helping them not only expand their financial portfolios, but to create plans that ensure financial sustainability & minimize taxability. During the first two years of building his own CPA firm, Prestige Accounting Solutions, Jayden discovered his niche- professional service providers. He realized that many sought after the lifestyle he lives which includes living debt free, a monthly mandatory vacation & delegate/elevating a team to operate a profitable business that does not require the owner’s full attention. During his second year of business, Jayden became a Certified Profit First Professional & now he teaches the Profit First method to business owners which guarantees that their business generate profits. As a CPA, Jayden’s goal is to help entrepreneurs like as himself, gain independence, eliminate debt, and create unique action plan to bring more to their bottom line while paying less in taxes.
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It’s no secret that if you are a business owner, you intend to operate a business that generates a profit. I mean seriously, profit is how we keep score in business. Yet, surprisingly, most small business owners (those with less than 500 employees as classified by the IRS and SBA) do not make substantial profits each year. Depending on the source you site, 4.2% of all small businesses make seven figures a year in gross receipts but it is much harder to determine what number actually make a profit. My guest, Jayden Doye, is on a mission to change the statistics for service providers nationwide. Through sharing his own personal journey from poverty to profits as a CPA, Jayden offers a powerful roadmap for service providers who want to build businesses that serve them and offer them the freedom, finances and flexibility to travel. If you are ready to shift to having a business that is a true profit center, grab your pen and Move to Millions Podcast notebook and listen in now to discover:
- How to break free from the “do everything yourself” syndrome
- Why your business was designed to bring you financial freedom and how to attain it
- How to shatter the glass ceiling and create the life you desire
- And so much more
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Powerful Quotes from the Episode
- “Poverty is the root of all evil.”
- “Look, I’m really a millionaire. My bank account just doesn’t show it yet..”
- “I’ve always seen the value of being a good leader and having a team.”
- “Sometimes you have to retreat in order to advance.”
How to Connect with T. Jayden Doye’
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaydendoyecpa/
Book Jayden Recommends: Think & Grow Rich
Favorite Quote: It’s not the end of the world
Tool Jayden Swears By Own His Move to Millions: travel
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