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Posted by Neville Hughes on 12.07.2019

Get what you want from your business

As business owners, there is an endless stream of things, people, events and information that can overwhelm even the steadiest of leaders. We win or lose big sales, team members come and go, costs change, competition arises, and bills and payroll must get paid. We get to the end of the year, we look at some numbers and evaluate what kind of year it’s been. Often, we spend so much of our time and energy battling to simply keep up, that we never ask if our business is providing us the life we want.

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Topics: Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 12.07.2019

Now is the time for Strategic Planning

A business plan and budget is a road map to succeeding in business. If you know where you want to go but you don’t know how you are going to get there, you may still reach your destination, but it will probably take you longer than if you had planned out the journey. Including your team in this process is vital to the success of your plan.

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Topics: Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 21.06.2019

It's all about having a choice

The key to life is living, not just working to retire, but there may come a time in your life when you want to change what you’ve been doing and either stop working completely or take a long holiday and work out what’s next.

To be able to have this choice though, it’s imperative that you plan ahead, even if you think retirement is for everyone else.

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Topics: Personal Financial Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by Neville Hughes on 21.06.2019

Trash your to do list

We’ve been writing down tasks, completing some of them, and adding more to lists for thousands of years. It seems like a rational way to accomplish the things one must accomplish – and it probably was, beginning from when humans made their first mark on cave walls.

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Posted by Neville Hughes on 21.06.2019

Using forecasts to drive profitability and growth

Think of financial forecasts as your financial road map, they are very important tools in the tough economic conditions we are facing. Using a financial forecasts allows you to construct a model of how your business might perform financially if certain strategies, events and plans are carried out.

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Topics: Business Planning

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