Larry Janesky is my hero. I quote him in my new book, Accounting for the Numberphobic; A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners (AMACOM Books). He runs a $100 million dollar operation in Seymour Connecticut called Basement Systems.com which he started with zero cash. This week he gives small business advice on the difference between revenues […]
These great questions were asked by Clyde Gooden of Geeks or US who is trying to figure out how profitable a client is. How do I account for opportunity costs? More specially, how do I account for travel time when I drive to a client location? COGS? What dollar value do I assign to this? […]
Joanne of the Quickbooks Self Employed community, is a hair dresser. She wants to grow her customer base. Here’s what I said to her: Joanne, you know, the best place to find gold is where it’s already been found! The key to building a loyal customer base is building on the customers who already know […]
Cathy from Quickbooks Self-employed has an amazing business helping others thrive after cancer therapy through art. Her website is here: www.yourinnerart.com. She asked how she should focus her business which involves selling journals and coaching. Here’s what I wrote to her: “Hi Cathy, What a personal story you have. I was zooming through comments and stopped […]
Jenni from the Quick Books Self Employed Community says the following: “I always feel like my prices are too high, yet when I see my competition, their prices are almost double mine. I know my product is at least the same quality if not better, but I have have yet to sell anything.Not sure if […]
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