Q&A about the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp

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Do you have more questions about the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp?

Hi, this is Judi Otton with GrowthCast and last week I talked about who the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp is great for. Today I’m going to answer some of the questions that I have about it and talk a little bit about my approach to teaching this material.

First of all, I teach finance in plain English. I’m sure that we’ve all had experiences where lawyers or accountants or other service providers are talking in jargon that’s just incomprehensible and it doesn’t do us any good. I try very hard and work very hard to make all the concepts really understandable.

Second of all this content is based on my 10 years of work with bigger companies but refined for smaller businesses. You don’t need the same kind of processes that a multi $10 million company does, but you do need something appropriate.

Third, I know as a busy CEO time is just so valuable to you. So each lesson is very short with videos less than 20 minutes. There is often a little bit of homework but it’s working on your business. It’s not gratuitous homework. It’s the stuff that you need to be doing for your business anyway. And every lesson comes with tools and checklists and whatever else you need to run your business.

The course is self-paced. There are six modules. I do recommend going through it in a 12-week period with a module every other week. And then you also have access to me. I have group coaching calls every other week. So take advantage of those, do a module, and then come to a group coaching call. And yes, it is a group coaching call, but you will never have to share anything that you’re not comfortable sharing.

If you have any other questions, feel free to leave them in the comments or DM me and I’ll be back next week. I’m going to talk a little bit more about exactly what’s in the Fiscal Fitness Boot Camp. And I’m going to have a special offer for you. This is Judi Otton with GrowthCast and I’ll see you next time.

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