Could Your Business Use Some Financial Foreplay?

Can you honestly say that you know where you are at financially and where you are going in your business? 
Do you often look at your financial statements and wonder what information you are supposed to get by reading them? 
Do you sometimes waste time and money new customers instead of fixing your business and making it more profitable?

If you are ready to get serious about your business… it’s time for a little Financial Foreplay.

In this book you will DISCOVER:

  • Why cash, more than profit, is the key to success in business;
  • How to find and unlock the hidden profit and cash that is trapped in your business;
  • How to use the numbers in your financial statements to give you information that is useful for you – not just useful for your accountant. For instance, I’ll show you how to calculate a few simple but important ratios, to understand the results and to monitor them on an ongoing basis;
  • How to stop making common business mistakes that are preventing you from being as successful as you deserve to be;
  • Why too much inventory can strangle your business;
  • How to manage debts owed to you and minimize the risk of default;
  • How to charge the right price for your goods and services;
  • How to decide whether an investment will be a good use of your company’s money or not;
  • How to work out when, during each month, you ‘hit the front’ and start being profitable;
  • How to set powerful and meaningful targets that will focus the attention of both yourself and your staff on making good decisions and taking positive actions ALL the time;
  • A way to measure and track your financial success in a simple and meaningful way; and
  • How to eliminate the unproductive habits that have been holding you back.

You will learn all this through the real life stories of my clients. Powerful stories about small-mid size business owners, just like you, with common financial problems that were holding them back. I’ll show you how these business owners got into trouble, how they worked out what was wrong (with a little help from the insights in their financials) and how they took action (simple steps and changes that you can you can make right now in your business) to turn things around.

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6 Responses to “Could Your Business Use Some Financial Foreplay?”

  1. Linus Coleman November 8, 2012 at 4:27 AM #

    You’ve made some decent points there. I looked on the internet for additional information about the issue and found most people will go along with your views on this website.

  2. Christine Nicholson November 22, 2012 at 2:40 PM #

    I just ordered your book from Amazon – cannot wait to get it! 🙂

  3. Vinny Roddin December 3, 2012 at 5:25 PM #

    Definitely – you have NO idea!

  4. Christina H December 20, 2012 at 6:17 PM #

    so clever – I love the premise of your book and this post.

  5. Mike Stanley December 26, 2012 at 2:02 PM #

    I enjoyed this a lot – just ordered your book from iTunes and I look forward to seeing what I have to do to get a bit of Financial Foreplay in my business. 🙂 hehehehe

  6. Gabrielle Armas January 12, 2013 at 3:30 AM #

    Hey I just noticed you have a new book out – you should put out a post to let all of us (following this RSS) feed know! I’m definitely interested – just checking it out on your other site now…

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