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episode 25: the advisory advantage
Looking for your business’s secret weapon? You’ll find it in a solid business advisory team. This week on unsuitable on Rea Radio principal and advisory team advocate Dave Cain joins Mark again to talk about how a strong advisory team, alongside a solid cash flow strategy, can help you achieve the business growth you’re looking for.
On episode 25: the advisory advantage: a left-handed fireball pitcher for your business, Dave advises business owners on how to select the best advisory team for their business, taking care to consider their expertise and resources. He also stresses the importance of using power questions to keep members of your advisory team focused on high-impact business strategies rather than tactics.
Listeners will hear real-world stories of effective advisory teams as well as C-level evaluations to help you optimize business growth and efficiency.
This podcast will help you find answers to some of the most critical questions business owners face today, including:
- Who should you recruit to join your advisory team?
- What are action plans and why are they important?
- How can a business owner promote accountability?
- How often should the business advisory team meet?
- And more …
Your business advisory team will help you sort through the noise and help facilitate the crucial conversations that will ultimately lead to continuous improvement that acts as a catalyst for change. Start listening now!
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articles & insight
Is Your Business Batting A Thousand? – As a business owner, it’s easy to get caught up in the daily responsibilities of managing operations, customer needs and stakeholder interests. If your banker is just watching from the bleachers, you are missing out on a great opportunity to improve your business. Get a banker on your team, and if it’s the right one, you’ll see results. Read on to learn more.
Getting By With A Little Help From Your Friends – It’s lonely at the top. And in the middle. And at the bottom … When you own a small business, it’s easy to feel like you’re on an island. Read on and find out why you should start populating that island with top-notch advisors.
5 Best Practices For Taking Your Business To The Next Level – Have your sales and profits remained relatively flat for years? Do you see potential but don’t know how to tap into it? Following these guidelines will help add the structure and forward thinking required to take your business to the next level.
Why It’s Important To Have A Good Banker AS Part Of Your Business Advisory Team – You want the best for your business, so it only makes sense that you surround yourself with like-minded individuals. As a business owner it’s important to get support from business advisors who have expertise in specific areas to help you make your business successful. Your CPA plays a critical role for you, but don’t forget about the others. It’s also important to cultivate relationships with a business attorney and business banker. Read on to learn more.
Dream Big: Considerations For The Aspiring Business Owner – It’s easy to find information for established business owners. But what about the aspiring business owner on the other end of the transaction? Read on to find out what you should know before taking the plunge.
Do you utilize Your Team Of Trusted Advisors? – Most small business leaders have several trusted advisors to help them with various aspects of their business. These advisors include your accountant, attorney, banker and insurance advisor. An annual meeting with these advisors could lay the groundwork for a fantastic year. Read on for some tips to help make this meeting as productive as possible.
Click here to read the official full transcript of episode 25: a left-handed fireball pitcher for our business.