Posted in Profit
on 1 July 2013
Think of it as a snapshot of your present situation and your future.
A personal budget gives a realistic view of your potential.
It provides a benchmark of your progress.
It shows where you can save, and where you should trim your lifestyle to match your income.
Take the reality check.
Get Rich Slow. Start Now. Start Small. Achieve Real Wealth.
'Slow and steady wins the race' - Aesop...
on 27 June 2013
It must be from a respected source, and balanced against your own knowledge and instincts.
But seeking advice brings many rewards: it honours the giver; it enhances the receiver; it creates perspective.
'Wise men don't need advice. Fools won't take it' Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
on 25 June 2013
Cultivate customer relationships and watch your business thrive.
Word of mouth is still the most powerful form of advertising – a cliché perhaps, but true all the same.
Relationship marketing can be vital in creating customer loyalty. It is important to ensure that the customer has the best possible experience every time they come through the door or have contact with the business.
It is much more difficult and expensive to acquire a cus...
on 23 June 2013
With 30 June just around the corner, small businesses are beginning to wonder why their accountants say they have made a profit yet their bank balance never seems to grow.
The simple answer is cash flow!
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business and managing your cash flow is key for successful business operations.
How do you manage and improve your cash flow? Below are some helpful hints:
Invoice your customers regularly and follow them up if they are ...