Posts filed under: Business Ownership

Do you ever wonder how profitable your clients are? Are you confused with your cash flow? Does it fluctuate a lot, or do you have to use a line of...
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Do you own or manage a business, and desire to improve profitability? Well, you should be conscious of making sure that while you are increasing revenue, you are not decreasing...
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Not long ago, before the quarantine, I met an interesting Uber driver in Nashville. We had a long drive to the airport, so I got to know him and ask...
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If seven out of ten businesses will not last ten years, what makes businesses succeed? With research and experience, I have come up with a list of the top 10...
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I am continuing a three-part series on the reason why businesses succeed. If seven out of 10 businesses will not last ten years, what can we do to increase our...
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Recently on an episode of Shark Tank, four different start-ups were looking for investors and cash. One business made socks that do not easily fall off of children, and another...
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The Last Decade Before discussing predictions for the next ten years, think back over the last ten years. What has changed in business? How has it affected how you work...
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As we near the end of another year, I thought it would be good to give out a list of the top 10 financially-related things to do at year-end for...
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Recently my family went to see Frozen 2. There was a part in the movie where Anna and Olaf were stuck in a cave with no way out.  Of course,...
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By Shane Bender In Nate Silver’s book, The Signal and the Noise, he discusses how he uses statistics and metrics to determine the success of major league prospects. He decided...
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