Ship Deliver Complete Cash won’t flow until you do the work. This week, focus on completing jobs and getting paid for them.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Get it out the Door
In our pixelated workshop we learned that money is a representation of value. Money, in and of itself, does not give you anything. You can trade it for things you want. Getting more money is only one way of getting things. Other ways are: Not needing them Trading Making or doing it yourself Not Needing […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’m reading a novel, April Witch, by Swedish author, Majgull Axelsson. It is a beautifully written, dark and awful story of mothers who hurt their daughters and what happens to those daughters when they grow up. One of the worst things a mother can do is make her daughter feel unworthy and I found myself […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Aside – Books and the way they colour your day
I keep coming up with interesting thoughts (at least to me) that don’t really fit with the month’s theme, so I decided to just post them anyway and call them Asides. I was reading Daniel Pink’s Drive when I came across a side-bar quote by Stefan Sagmeister. As I was reading it, I could hear […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Aside – Hearing the Writer’s Voice
I do the work, send an invoice and expect to get paid. That sounds fair to me. Sometimes it just doesn’t work that way. For whatever reason, the cheque doesn’t arrive in the mail the next day. That’s when a process for AR is needed. I’m going to tell you the textbook way to do […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Turning on the Cash Faucet – Accounts Receivable
What is Cash Flow? Cash Flow is the movement of cash in your business. It is not your income and expenses; although it is related. The difference is that your profit and loss is a measure of money you made and the related expenses. Your cash flow projects when you will receive that money and […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Time has always been an issue with me. I don’t feel the passage of time. I didn’t know that for a long time, because of course, I can’t see what I don’t have. On the other hand, I can park my car in a strange city, walk to a building, go up the elevator, snake […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Me and Time