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Have you wondered if the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp is right for you?
Hi, this is Judi Otton with GrowthCast, and today, let me give you some things to think about.
Are you one of those business owners, like many that I meet, that isn’t entirely comfortable with their financials? They may have questions, and they may be unsure how to interpret things. If this is true, then the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp is definitely a great fit for you.
Your business size will probably be between a brand new business that hasn’t made a cent yet, all the way up to about $500,000. That’s the right range for this class. However, there have been business owners with even slightly larger businesses enrolled.
If you’re not satisfied with your business’s financial performance, this is a great opportunity to get some ideas on how to improve that, how to think about it a little bit differently, and all the different things you can tweak to improve your business performance.
Also, maybe you found that tax preparation was a pain in the butt this year. If that’s you, then yes, definitely consider the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp.
If you have big growth plans or you’re concerned about the future of your business. We talk a lot about future planning in the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp.
So some things that you may have tried that others have tried – doing nothing, sticking your head in the sand. Yeah, we all try that at times. It doesn’t work. We know it doesn’t work.
You may, like lots of business owners, read a lot of books. The challenge is that most of these books are geared towards larger businesses, and they certainly aren’t focused just on your business.
You may be managing by your checkbook balance, as many business owners do, but there’s so much more information, valuable information. in your financial records.
You may have also tried to enlist your bookkeeper to help you do strategic planning or your accountant to help you do some future forecasting or budgeting. Some do. Yes, there are some bookkeepers and some accountants that do tend to color outside of their lines, but most, that isn’t really in their wheelhouse.
And finally, if you’ve been putting more and more cash into your business, whether it’s loans or owner contributions or trying to get an equity round, that’s not always the answer. In fact, if you’re pouring cash into a business that’s not on solid financial footing, you’re really not doing anything to help yourself.
So, if any of these have resonated, reach out. I’d love to see you in the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp. And if you have any questions, as always, feel free to holler. Next week, I’m going to talk about my approach to the Boot Camp and what it’s really like inside. So stay tuned. Subscribe to my YouTube channel. Bye bye. (https://bit.ly/GC-YT1)