Writing A Business Plan

The Internet is a wonderful tool – So much information is available via the net from company reports to blogs giving you some valuable insight. Use this not only to find out about your client but also about their competitors. Use the great search engines (Google, MSN and Yahoo) to do your digging.

Cash Flow. Keep track of all your expenses. Make a record which shows you daily, weekly, and monthly numbers along with quarterly reports and Company Annual Report. Seeing the figures will help you understand the business current financial trends. Tax. Pay your tax on time. This will not only spare you the monetary fees but also keep you on the right track. Update your accounting and never forget that deferral of income can make the best sense for many sole proprietors, partnerships, LLCs, and S corporations. Ensure your cash flow can handle the deferred income. Exercise using a cost benefit analysis program for your cash flow. Improve your liquidity.

(I realize it is difficult for most people to think of their non-profit, church or organization as a business. But it really is. You need people and funding to operate. You have to adapt a business mindset and use business terminology. Please do not have a disconnect with this information because of the terminology used. Read this article. Adapt it to your unique situation and you WILL reap the benefits).

Be sure to read the C.V. / resume that you submitted to the company annnual report. Imagine you are the interviewer. Go through it and mark the places where it connects with or contradicts the job description and the person specification. Write down the questions that the interviewer is likely to raise as a result or to draw out extra information from you.

I use a number of tricks to break any lingering tendencies to procrastinate. For instance, I happen to like having a hard copy of my digital to-do list. I reprint it every few days as new items are added and completed ones dropped. It is at these times that I look for the items that I’ve marked as high priority, but which are just not getting done.

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Keep in mind how earnings estimates are created. Both company executives and brokerage analysts are doing their best to create conservative estimates that the company should easily beat. And when they fall short of those watered down estimates than it points to one of two serious problems.

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