Sales don’t mean anything unless you put them into context.
Hey there! It’s me, Jacques (a.k.a. The Online Course Guy). I’ve got another great show for you today – this time with two guests you’ll already be somewhat familiar with if you’ve been listening for a while.
Tim Geiss and Nate Dodson were with me talking about a book I just finished: Profit First by Mike Michalowicz. It sparked a great discussion about handling some very important aspects of having your own business. Let’s jump in!
In This Episode, We Talked About:
- Why I think Profit First just might be the best business resource I’ve ever read
- How Tom overcame his initial concerns about the book and implemented its principles for his online course business
- Tom’s budget goals and how reorganizing his accounting process has improved his sales focus
- The Profit First mindset shift that happened for me that changed how I approach my business
- The daily process I am using to evaluate certain aspects of my business finances
- How the lessons I learned in the book reduced some of my expenses almost immediately – helping me save hundreds of dollars a month
- The potential tax advantage for business owners who apply the principles of the book
- How much money every business should aim to set aside in emergency funds
- The different ways that Tom and I are using the Profit First philosophy to benefit our families and plan for the future
That’s just a small sampling of our discussion about Profit First principles, so don’t forget to take a listen and leave a comment!
Profit First by Mike Michalowicz: http://amzn.to/2AhJHq8
Tom Geiss’s Engineering Course Site: https://www.gdandtbasics.com/
Nate Dodson’s Website: http://natedodson.com/