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Goal Achievement Process: Part 1 – Engineering your vision

Ever had a goal that you didn’t achieve? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that you have. We all have. And why is that? It’s frustrating isn’t it? You set out with enthusiasm and determination, and then somewhere along the way that all falls by the wayside and you’re left wondering why nothing changed. I’ll …

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You want improvement? You need to measure it

Peter Drucker was famous for saying, “What gets measured, gets managed.” It’s been around a while but it sure hasn’t gathered any dust. You want improvement? You need to measure it. What never ceases to amaze us, when working with business people is how many still refute the importance of measuring progress towards the achievement of their goals. There are …

P&L

Financial Statements explained

I recently published an article on getting intimate with your financial statements. Following on from that I thought it would be beneficial to explain the benefit of understanding the two most common financial reports: the Profit and Loss Statement, Balance Sheet and a Cash Flow Forecast.  This is what we call the Triple Bottom Line Reporting System, which are designed to tell the …

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Do you want 20 hours of your week back?

Have you ever wondered why you’ve done well in business up to this point but find working less than 40 hours a week is one of the biggest challenges you’ve ever faced? For some reason, a reduction in workload seems to elude most business owners and they can’t figure out why. What I hear from almost all my clients at …

The power of leverage

Be the Leader who Loves to Leverage

Do you have no shortage of work, but when you try to grow you find the net profit stays the same or in some cases, decreases? Would you love to hire someone to look after more admin stuff, bookwork, schedule jobs, etc. But don’t know how you’d afford it when you already have so many expenses to pay off. So …