Tag Archives: Models

Naming your product

  Many of my clients are creating a new product. Some of these clients are brand new companies and others are existing service providers who have recently developed a product. When you are a brand new company no matter what … Continue reading

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How do I tell you…?

Dear Small Business Owner, How do I tell you? How do I tell you that the tops of all the napkin holders in your restaurant are covered in dried, crusted food? How do I tell you that your email is … Continue reading

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Hiring about to get hard again

For many, the economy has started to turn around. Sales are growing and businesses are starting to hire again. What many may not have considered is how difficult it will be to hire the people you need now and in … Continue reading

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Too much on your plate?

We all have a lot on our plates these days.  Everyone I talk to responds “Busy!” to the question, “How are you?” It is a good sign that people are busy. The economy is improving.  Business is picking up for … Continue reading

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Planning Models vs. Accounting Systems, Each Has it’s Place

There is a large difference between a planning model and an accounting system.  Many people update their planning model with actual expenditures to evaluate the validity of future plans.  This process many times results in updating the plan accordingly.  That … Continue reading

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