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Learn to Use Your Financials; Track your Numbers

Face The Facts Often

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Hattie introduces Jim Schell and the first of the seven key ideas within this episode.  How do you answer the question, "How's business?"    More...

Learn how to analyze your financial statements

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Financial Statement University.  Here Nani Waddoups, who owns R. Wagner Arts in Portland, Oregon,  admits that her gross margin is too low.  More...

Study Your Trends; Track your Numbers

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Chris Schatte and his wife Joni own Texoma Lawn and Garden and use financial management software to watch their trends.

Share Your Financials

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Noel Hanson is a 35-year veteran business owner who uses new software so he can look at his financial information every day.

Make Changes Based Upon Numbers

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Chris Shatte has increased profits by using financial information to change his purchasing patterns.

Create A Key Indicator Report

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JIm Schell wrote the book, "Understanding Your Financials," and he suggests that some numbers, key indicators, are more important to you than other numbers in your business.  More...

Give Employees Key Indicator Responsibilities

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Jim Schell recommends sharing financial tracking responsibilities for reports identified in "the little green book" with employees.  Here are more insights from Jim:   Staying Power,   On selling the business, and  Opportunity Knocks.     Even more...