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Cash Flow Management

Posted on August 17, 2020 by Ryan McAllister
Many small business owners think their financial statements will give them all the information they want.Financial statements are an historical tool which shows you where your company has been.A Money Flow is the fancy name for a working budget which lets you know how much money your business actually has.Working in sync with your balance sheet your cash flow needs to be an easy-to-read tool which lets you monitor sales, prices, profitability, collections and money...

5 Things You Must Do To Fail in Business

Posted on July 27, 2020 by Ryan McAllister
No doubt that most entrepreneurs want to succeed in business and I wont argue that failing is on the top of the do list for anybody.Here are five things you must do to fail in business.1 - You must want to become an overnight success.Is not it great to hear about some new merchandise getting an instant hit? Realistically, most overnight success stories require far more than 1 night of work.Think about any popular brand and believe how long it took to make it...

Productivity: So Many Small Things

Posted on June 4, 2020 by Ryan McAllister
We rarely see stories or articles about productivity in the newspaper or on TV.When we do, it's usually just another story on the economy that defies understanding.Which is too bad.Our prosperous standard of living arrived, in large part, because of the ability of companies and organizations everywhere, and for the past several hundred years, to increase productivity.Productivity simply refers to how much labor or money it takes to create a product or service...

What are the Effective Ways To Reduce Your Business Costs

Posted on May 5, 2020 by Ryan McAllister
Every business owner wants to decrease business expenses and save more money.It's crucial for small business's survival.Here are a number of effective ways for your own reference.1.Barter.In case you've got a business you should be bartering goods and services with other companies.You should try to trade for something before you buy it.Barter deals usually require little if any money.2.Network.Try networking your business with other companies...

Leadership Skills Coaching

Posted on April 21, 2020 by Ryan McAllister
Although offices and management styles have come a long way in the past decade, the command and control style of management remains common practice in many businesses.This management approach basically means that workers are told precisely what to do, when to do it and even how it ought to be done.The supervisor is in charge, has all of the answers, and fixes all of the issues.It's not surprising that lots of people find this approach demotivating - and that offices with a command-control style are ranked as fairly unsatisfying...