One of the most popular topics that I talk with business owners about is smoothing out their cash flow. For most this means having enough money coming in every month to have enough profits and pay the costs of running your company.
You noticed that I put profits first and operating costs second. This is a habit I want you to start to develop. Profits should not be what’s left over. They should be the thing you think about first because without profits your business will cease to exist.
But, this post isn’t about profits, it’s about creating enough top line cash that you’ll be able to sleep at night. Read on if you’re interested in knowing what you can do to get away from the cash flow hills and valleys in your life.
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