Is Your Businesses Just Trying To Survive?
It's all about knowing what to change ...
POSTED BY JONATHAN VOWLES ON 18/09/2018 @ 8:00AM
Let's face it, sometimes being in business is about survival. Getting to the end of the job, or the end of the month, with enough cash to make it to next month ...
Sometimes the trick is knowing what to change and how to go about making that change!
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But business is also about choice; your choice to do something about it or to accept all the hassles as normal. If your business is just surviving, rather than just having a bad day, then it is your choice to accept this as the status quo ... or you can choose to do something about it.
"The point is, the only person who can change your business, for better or worse, is you the business owner!"
If you need to make more profits then you need to take action and to follow through to make things happen. If you have a team of people working with you, then you can always delegate some of the doing, but you still have to make changes, to initiate action and then to follow up to make sure it is happening.
All of which means that if you are just hanging on by your fingertips, rather than making good money, you can change this. You need to think about making a transformative change in your business, to transform you and your business from just surviving, to really doing well.
Sometimes the trick is knowing what to change and how to go about making that change. Which is where we come in! A great accountant isn't just the person who sorts your tax return out, they are also the person who can help you improve your business.
"Would you like to know more?"
If you want help improving your business then do give me a call on 01234 752 566 or click here to ping me an email and let's see how I can help you.
Until next time ...
More about Jonathan Vowles ...
I've been an accountant in and for business since 1987 and have a wide experience of consultancy, audit, accounts, taxation and wealth planning work from individuals and small businesses to multinational corporations and charities.
My eclectic interests in growing and developing business span a number of areas, which can be summarised as strategic business advice and tax saving advice.
I have worked with the Chamber of Commerce to deliver courses for people about starting up in business and have lectured about tax for a major accountancy practice and for Milton Keynes College.
I relax by reading fiction and by getting away from the office in a campervan.
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