As we close the books on 2016, there are likely some things that went very well and some things you would do differently. We start to look ahead at the possibilities for 2017 and what we might start, stop and keep doing. To get the thought process started, here are 4 things you must include:
Have you ever had the experience cruising down the Interstate, you put on your turn signal and start to changes lanes, suddenly you hear a loud horn and swerve back in to your lane to avoid an accident. You had a car in your blind spot. Thankfully, you were able to avoid a collision.
I’m a big believer in managing your business using your balance sheet first, then your income statement. However, simplifying that by using KPI’s (key performance indicators) can help you get a quick view of your financial landscape and determine your financial health at a glance. Here’s 5 KPI’s that every business owner should use. These are in no particular order, but they cover profitability, liquidity and leverage.
We’ve all probably been watching the Olympics lately. Katie Ledecky won 5 gold medals and broke her own world record in the 800-meter freestyle. I’m fairly confident that what drove her achievement was a combination of talent and her dedication to training at a consistently high level. She may have been committed to being one percent better on a weekly or monthly basis.