We're here to help every person achieve personal success and peace of mind from financial stress.
Founder / Business Coach
I'm an entrepreneur, transformation coach, blogger, author, hospice volunteer, and marathon runner. I am passionate about life, and I bring that to my client’s business by helping them create balance, security, and freedom. We’re not here to just breathe, work hard, and die.
My name is Priya Kumar. I have over 10 years of experience helping businesses resolve millions of dollars in debt. As an employee, I didn’t feel like I was doing enough. I was always working in the best interest of the company; but I wanted to do more. I wanted to work in the best interest of small business owners. I wanted to help them understand their finances so that they don’t end up with millions of dollars in debt.
Having reviewed thousands of financials over the years, one thing was clear: most business owners had no clue where their money is going. They survive each month hoping the next will be better, so they catch up on their taxes, bills, debt, and pay themselves what they deserved.
When asked about their financial understanding, most of the small business owners rate themselves poorly at 2.5 out of 10. This is tragic, because when an business owner doesn't understand their finances, they can't set proper goals, manage their risks, or be sustainable; let alone be profitable and successful.
I created Pivot My Profit to help small business owners establish a healthier relationship with their money and build a strong foundation. I want my clients to achieve financial freedom, security, and joy.
I love volunteering in hospice and connecting with the patients. Everyone needs a companion. Hospice has taught me to live my most fulfilled life. We’re not here to just breath, pay bills, and die. I’ve learned to appreciate myself more. If I fall apart, everything connected to me will fall apart. Self-care and balance are essential.
Four years ago, I began training for the California International Marathon (CIM). My first marathon was brutal. On the day of the race, I was injured at mile 5. By mile-15, I sat down on the curb and ugly-cried because of the pain. At that moment, all my personal struggles were swimming in my head. I was ready to give up. Then I remembered how much I’ve achieved, and how many hardships were overcome. Before the race, I told myself and my friends, that no matter what happens, I will run, walk, or crawl across the finish line. At the end of the day, I finished the race in 5 hours and 47 minutes. As I walked across the finish line, I realized I can do the impossible. #I-M-POSSIBLE. I didn’t want to quit despite the horrible experience. The next day, I signed up for my next marathon. I’ve finished several races since. I’m working on my dream of running a marathon in every state. One down, 49 to go.
I’m an adventurer at heart. I love to read; I try to finish two books a month. I enjoy hiking, chasing sunsets, and waterfalls. I love pushing the limits, discovering new foods, places, and experiences.
Let me help you pivot from where you are to where you want to be.