On episode 17, “Stuck On $5 Million,” we’re joined by Gene Spittle, CPA, PFS, CGMA, a principal at Rea & Associates with more than 35 years of business consulting experience. Gene talks about three key factors for business stability and continued growth – focus, people, and systems. During their conversation, Gene and Mark analyze the four stages of business growth while analyzing solutions to help business owners overcome some common challenges that prevent their businesses from achieving the growth they want and are capable of achieving. Listen to episode 17 of unsuitable on Rea Radio to learn all this and more.
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16 Resolutions For Business Growth In 2016 – New Year’s resolutions aren’t just great ways to set personal goals; they can help keep us on track professionally as well. This year, instead of worrying about which goal you are going to pick from the New Year’s Resolution menu, why not consider committing your energy and resources into ways that will improve the overall health of your business? Might we suggest 16 resolutions to help your company prosper in 2016?
5 Financial Secrets of Successful Business Owners – A 13-week rolling cash flow helps take the stress off business owners when it comes time to make important strategic decisions throughout the year. But in order to get your company back on the right track, you must be ready to change the way you look at your company’s finances. These five financial secrets of successful business owners will get you on the right track.
Don’t Shy Away From Business Debt – You know the satisfaction you feel when all of your debts have been settled and any extra cash flowing into your bank account is purely disposable income. Neither do I. But, contrary to popular belief, if you are a business owner, carrying a little extra debt could be a good thing – and here’s why …
How To Ensure Your Plans Aren’t Bigger Than Your Finances In Times Of Growth – Growth is the goal for many companies — whether you get that growth from adding another location, forming an alliance, adding services, diversifying into other areas or merging with/acquiring another business. But not all growth is good. So, it’s critical that you properly manage it. Read on to learn more.