Does your CPA or accountant make you feel overwhelmed about your business management. This is because everything is about your financials to them. Guess what…they’re only giving you a small fraction of the picture!
Your problems start here, because you put trust in them and believe they know what they’re talking about. However, based on the business growth model there are 8 factors that influence your business growth. If you’re not addressing all 8 factors then you’re probably struggling with your business in one way or another.
An Operations Approach to Business Management
Listen we know you, like most small business owners, are exceptionally competent operationally. So, instead of trying to turn you into an accountant, what if we showed you how to manage your business holistically (both operationally and financially). It is possible if you use a method that’s operationally focused. Now, you can choose the right operational strategies that best fit your specific situation. By applying the right strategies, you can act faster and get better results!
How is this possible, you might ask? By applying a concept call Tuning Your Revenue Engine (TYRE). You use TYRE to understanding the cause and effect of your business by learning to critical metrics that drive the performance of your operation. This approach gives you a better picture of the WORK actually happening in your business to create the REVENUE the CPA is watching. When you improve operational performance if directly improves your financial outcomes.
Tuning your revenue engine finds and fix “root-cause” issues in your business. When you fix the root-cause many of your symptomatic problems simply disappear!
If you have any of these symptoms this approach can definitely help you:
- Poor cash flow
- Low sale volume
- Out of control business growth
- Don’t know daily or weekly business performance
- Poor revenue or top-line performance
- Anemic profitability
- Low employee productivity or operational efficiency
- Need to add employees and resources comes up out of nowhere
- Business growth is stagnant
- Difficulty identifying when pricing is too low or high
- No idea when you’ll need capital for expansion
- Business is not operating profitably but can’t pinpoint where it is broke
Tuning your revenue engine helps you address them all! Watch the video below to find out how it works:
Here’s a Real World Example
“We didn’t even know business self-sustainability was possible for a company of our size. After applying the small business management model, we increased our monthly revenue by 156% in 16 months. With the profitability from this growth and by putting the right people and systems in place, we’re discussing how we will spend our retirement from our business 12 months from now, and it will support us for the rest of our life without even having to sell the business!” – Jenn and Mike Rowe, owners, Generations Carpet Cleaning
“Revenue Engine Checkup has completely changed our business for the better. For the first time in six years we know exactly what our financial goal needs to be, and more importantly we know step by step what to do to achieve that goal. After only a few months coaching, our business is running more efficiently than it ever has.” – Carrie Rokosz, Managing Partner, Owner ROKOSZ Studios
Start Applying Better Business Management
Where do you start if you want to apply this approach? Well, start by looking at your operational metrics and stop putting too much emphasis on your financial metrics. I’m not say to stop, just learn to understand the cause and effect of your business. When we do these things, then it impacts our revenue and profitability in this way. That’s the power of tuning your revenue engine. Want to simplify your business management and improving your profitability.
How close are you to ready to apply this business management methodology to your small business? A Revenue Engine Performance Checkup can assess your current readiness to use this powerful approach and give you an action plan to be begin implementing it.
Click the button below to find how to get $100 off your assessment and begin your journey to simpler business management.