Proactively Going After Customers – Productivity PyramidTM
What are some typical Company Goals?
First, you cannot convince or force anyone to sell unless you are willing to pay very large sums above market price. However, you can make offers to competitor’s people resources to invite them […] Read more
Financial reporting and the use of performance metrics dashboards, do you know why you need them?
If you graph cash flow and its elements, such as, A/P, A/R, Inventory, capital expense, bank accounts, etc. for the last two years, it becomes much easier […] Read more
Corporate valuation services are completely different from valuation services for homes and other material possessions. In fact, they are even different from the services offered to sole proprietors. There is a very good reason for this difference. For one thing, compared to sole proprietors, corporations are much more […] Read more
What are some typical Company Goals?
Revenue and how to increase it 2x – 4x! One hundred percent of companies have a revenue goal. Most have a net income goal that is usually only known to upper management. But what other company activities should be company goals […] Read more
Syria’s Children – How You Can Help.
In the war-torn nation of Syria, children have taken center stage on the front lines of a horrific battle. A grown-up war. This is a crime against humanity, a war crime, and the world should not remain silent. Syria […] Read more
Coaching, Team Work, and The Productivity Pyramid TM
A CEO of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) reported that 20%-25% of all people are having some life issue right now. That means many employees are currently struggling with a life issue. Life issues could include: financial problems, a […] Read more
Valuation services may seem to be something you can do without when you get ready to sell your business. After all, you have your balance sheets, bank accounts, and tax returns, those will show what your business is worth right? Well, that is not completely true. Those items […] Read more
Proactive Means of Growing your Business using the 80/20 Customer Gold Program. How much does it cost to obtain a new customer? The most popular answer author, Dale Richards receives from CEOs across the country is “A Lot”. Large sums of money are spent to secure new […] Read more
The US population over the last 60 years has doubled, and our standard of living has grown with it. Giving in this country could be calculated at 2% of our GDP. That is a fairly good size chunk of change. 390 Billion in Charity – Where did all this […] Read more
Asset valuation may seem to be a complicated process; this is because most businesses believe the value is shown on balance sheets and income. But there are many assets which may increase the value of a business valuation. Some may be stocks or bonds, which are easy to […] Read more
Do you want to successfully turn your company around?
Business Operations Improvement: I’ve identified a number of operational areas where I pinpointed in a 53 element questionnaire and analysis that will guide you to improved performance, success and profits.
First, some free tools to help […] Read more
Puerto Rico is not even a third world country, but now they look like they are. It is estimated that nearly 1/2 of Puerto Rico’s housing (about a million homes) were built illegally (shantytowns). Add on top of that, the destruction Hurricane Maria inflicted on the […] Read more
When the time comes to sell your business or when you are looking to purchase a new business it is important that you are aware of the value you are dealing with for your company or the company that interests you. Many sellers have a business valuation service […] Read more
BY: JB RADCLIFF | PHOTO BY: MYRIAMS-FOTOS
There is an old saying, that Charity Begins At Home. This proverb was originally documented in English, in somewhat different format, in John Wycliffe’s Of Prelates (c. 1380); “Charity should begin at himself.” It was later quoted as “Charity begins […] Read more
Graphical Representation Of Cash Flow
A graphical representation of cash flow is one of the most important tools for an executive and should be included on any performance metrics dashboard. A spreadsheet should also be used to translate the accounting cash flow statement into a rolling […] Read more
The more valuation calculations with detailed assumptions, the easier it will be to predict company value.
EXAMPLE: Management Prepared Projections
The assumptions can reveal how the company may achieve a higher level of performance and value. In a negotiation, an owner can push a higher […] Read more
Knowing how to pick the right valuation service provider can be difficult depending on the type of business and the company that is chosen to handle this transaction. There are many valuation service providers who claim to know what they are doing, but they are not licensed or […] Read more
The simple things in life matter the most. Providing clean water, food, and aid, to those in need, to name a view.
Collaborating with like-minded businesses, individuals, churches, and organizations, one person at a time to make a difference – has a rippling effect. How we pass along […] Read more
Techniques To Allow Potential Funders To See The Objectives And Details
Objectives and Details
It is very important to thoroughly look at the details of your business. In doing so, you could maximize your value and grow revenue 2 x 5 times
In an earlier article, we discussed […] Read more
I have helped to mentor over 100 companies for successful fundraising events, as a partner with the Wayne Brown Institute headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. These companies have raised over a billion dollars.
Do you know the keys to a successful funding event […] Read more