Monthly Archives: November 2013

Trust, but Verify | Advice from B2B CFO®

So I’m at my desk working away diligently, against a deadline, hoping for no interruptions, and I get a call from “Microsoft Technical Team” – right.  According to the caller, my computer had contracted a virulent virus that needed to be addressed immediately.  All I had to do to cure the virus was give the person on the phone control of my computer and they would wipe it clean. …

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Financial Intelligence

Owners do not start their businesses hoping to spend a lot of time doing accounting and finance but rather doing what they do best. All owners, however, need to have a high enough level of financial intelligence to know they are making the best possible decisions for their business.…

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Remembering a Visionary President

Today marks the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination. I was in the third grade at the time and I vividly remember the moment I heard our 35th president had been murdered. One of my classmates lived across the street from the school and he always went home for lunch.…

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The First Steps to Selling Your Business – Part 2

In Part 1 of this article, I noted that Baby boomers will be attempting to sell an estimated seven million businesses on the open market in the next 15 years. This makes for a challenging environment, to say the least. But there is another factor, much harder to quantify: The increasing number of talented people who can and will buy a business, rather than bet their career on the increasingly uncertain prospects in the corporate world.…

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