Power Up Your Profits

In his book, Power Up Your Profits, Troy Waugh accurately expresses that, "People buy for their reasons not yours." So the question is: What do they care enough about to fund action on today? Think about how executives prioritize. Of the thousands of things they are aware of, maybe fifty of them have their interest. Two dozen they care about, i.e. their emotions come into play. Six they’ll actually do something about. Three they’ll fund money to. Two or even one demand immediate attention. That is the answer…finding the one thing that must be done.

 

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Apr 22
Is everyone at your organization meeting your client service expectations? Let client service expert, Kristen Rampe, CPA help you establish a reputation of top-tier service in every facet of your firm during this one hour webinar.
Apr 24
In this session Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA introduces you to a powerful but underutilized macro feature in Excel.
Apr 25
This material focuses on the principles of accounting for non-profit organizations' revenues. It will include discussions of revenue recognition for cash and non-cash contributions as well as other revenues commonly received by non-profit organizations.
Apr 30
During the second session of a four-part series on Individual Leadership, the focus will be on time management- a critical success factor for effective leadership. Each person has 24 hours of time to spend each day; the key is making wise investments and knowing what investments yield the greatest return.