Chris Cotton discusses good cash management. Chris has been in the customer service industry for over 40 years and has been in the auto repair industry for over 25 years. He is a former shop owner that has dedicated his life to helping YOU to get your business where you want it to be and helping you FOCUS on the things that matter to you.
Key Talking Points:
Parkinson’s Law- toothpaste
If you have a project due in 6 months it will take 6 months to do
The less you have the more you’ll stretch it out- toothpaste
Where does my money go?Need to look at the balance sheet and profit/loss
Good businessPaying all bills and feel good about it
Vendors, sales tax, money set aside for yourself, money left over in expense account, not a general account
A rising tide lifts all boatsShop owners need to communicate with each other
Business coach/mentor to share struggles- if you keep thinking you’re not ready for a business coach then you’ll never be ready
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