Posts Tagged ‘Part-time CFO or Controller’

Time to Try Something Different

How often have you or someone you know tried something repeatedly only to see it fail each time? For most of us it is more than we care to admit. It’s amazing how often people act foolishly and fulfill the saying attributed to Albert Einstein, “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” So, here is the question. If we know what we’ve been doing is not working and we know that it is insanity to keep doing the same thing, why do we? Read the rest of this entry »

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The Time to Act is Now

Perhaps you’ve been contemplating making some changes to your business but find it difficult to make a move. This is a common fear.

There’s No Time like the Present

One of the most effective antidotes to fear is action. Generally what we fear will occur is greatly exaggerated. On a personal level, how many people Read the rest of this entry »

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Inventory Management Shortcut

Inventory can be one of the most difficult assets to manage. It doesn’t have to be this way if an inventory management shortcut is utilized. Read the rest of this entry »

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Focus on Staying Current

You’ve probably heard that your stress level can by reduced by decluttering. Part of that decluttering involves getting current on activities. But after decluttering, then what?

Picture This

Most of us have the experience of having looked at a closest, garage, basement or desk that was cluttered. It can be Read the rest of this entry »

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Remote CFO

The term Virtual CFO is now heard fairly regularly. Is that an accurate description? Allow me explain.

What is Virtual?

Virtual is the appearance of being something though not actually what it appears to be. To understand this better, think of the term virtual reality. We hear that used in Read the rest of this entry »

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Expert Advice

None of us knows everything we need to be successful. So whose help do we need and where do we find it? The idea of a self-made man or woman is not reality. Yes, there are those who like to go it alone, but in the long run they will either fail or fall short of their potential unless they get expert advice somewhere along the way. Read the rest of this entry »

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Time to Rest

How often in business do we think about a time to rest? Probably not often, yet that does not mean it isn’t important.

Why a Blog Post on Rest?

Over the past few weeks we have looked at a series of topics in the postings Time to Think, Time to Plan, Time to Act and Time to Reflect. If you look at the titles of these, and even more so if you have read them, you will notice that Read the rest of this entry »

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Time to Reflect

When you have been involved in implementing a project do you take time to reflect and evaluate how well things are going?

Some Summary

In three postings preceding this called Time to Think, Time to Plan and Time to Act we looked at the logical process of implementing a project, business plan, etc. Now let’s assume you have done the first two of these and are into the taking action portion.

Feedback

After the initial actions of implementing something Read the rest of this entry »

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Time to Act

My recent postings, Time to Think and Time to Plan were focused on preliminary steps before jumping into action. After taking time to think and time to plan, it is time to act. All the thinking and planning in the world is useless without action.

Nothing happens until something moves.” – Albert Einstein Read the rest of this entry »

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Time to Plan

In my last posting, Time to Think I emphasized the importance of spending time thinking before jumping into action. Now, let’s look at an intermediate step between thinking and acting; a time to plan.

Some Background

Many people spend enormous amounts of time developing a business plan that looks great on paper but Read the rest of this entry »

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