One of the best business management tools you can learn to use is a budget. Oh, I know; “budget” ranks right up there with IRS, death benefit, hemorrhoids and goiter as words we want to avoid associating with. But, this word does not have to be something vile and filthy. You don’t need to wash your hands after writing it. It can, in fact, be an excellent tool for helping you improve your peace of mind and your quality of life.
While it is an extremely valuable tool in getting your personal and family finances in order – thus getting the money problems monkey off your back, I’m not going to go into all of that. This time we’ll look at it specifically as a means of helping you run your business more efficiently. Continue reading “Authors Learn to Embrace the “B” Word”