Are Your Customers Using You as a Bank?

March 7, 2018 by & filed under Knowledge.

  Most customers do…with your permission! I’ll bet you are too and you don’t even realize it. More on that in a moment… Accounts Receivables: Is this maybe the most boring topic known to man (or woman)? I get it. But hear me out. I had a client send me this the other day: Patty,


One Big Mistake You’re Making with Your Business

February 21, 2018 by & filed under Knowledge.

I recently read an article in Inc, “Just Starting Out? Avoid These 5 Startup Mistakes. You’re Welcome,” that made me say “YES!” The author writes, “Whatever you do, do it with a professional” as his fourth piece of advice for small businesses and start-ups. His point? “A penny saved on professional advice today is $100,000


So You Think You Know How to Budget

February 7, 2018 by & filed under Knowledge.

  I meet a lot of people who say they can budget. It’s funny, because their definition is one aspect of it— and it’s usually the top line. They’re the owners with a sales target in mind for the year, or maybe a dream number for the year. They’ve always wanted to be at $15M


The Small Business Owner’s Manual

January 16, 2018 by & filed under Authors, Knowledge.

We have some exciting news…we finally decided to put our years of experience saving small businesses at your disposal in the form of a brand new, shiny book! This book combines our experience in operations, HR, and finance to provide you with a guide to entrepreneurial success. This book is for you if: • You


The Human Side of Disasters

November 15, 2017 by & filed under Knowledge.

  There has been no shortage of devastating news in the past few weeks. Hurricanes, shootings, earthquakes, fires, and more. The reality is, natural disasters are a question of when not if. We know how horrible these events are for communities, but sometimes we forget that they have huge business impacts for those communities as