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Impact Your Business: An allegory of an entrepreneur's journey to clarity, cash, profit, family, and success Paperback – November 25, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
Impact Your Business is an excellent example of financial best practices and the power these practices have to keep companies out of financial trouble or to rescue those already in trouble.
Meet Steve Loveland: Entrepreneur and business owner, now at risk of losing it all.
Many business owners and executives running SMBs will identify with the book's entrepreneur business owner, Steve Loveland. Steve has known the thrill of success, but is currently experiencing a dark depression over the possibility that his business won't survive. "When the allegory begins, he's overwhelmed, depressed, frustrated, and tired. The burdens he carries are heavy, and he can't seem to find a way to lighten his load."
Steve Loveland represents all the business owners whose businesses have outgrown their ability to manage all details and who don't have the clarity that financial reporting systems can provide to support the enterprise at its current level.
Finding clarity and reducing anxiety.
Clarity is a key word in Impact Your Business. The more clarity in all parts of the business, especially the financial elements, the less anxiety the business owner will experience. Ken's book is a journey to financial clarity.
Clarity is found in the persona of Jennifer, a finance executive who serves Steve as an interim CFO, and the IMPACT criteria she employs to provide peace of mind, better decision-making, and improved cash flow and profits.
IMPACT is an acronym.Read more ›
I strongly recommend to anyone involved in the inner workings of a business.
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This book is a sales pitch for consulting services from the author's company CFOwise. The book talks about benchmarks but gives no definitions, examples, or formulas. Read morePublished on March 6, 2014 by Marsha Nichols
As an author and CEO, I'm normally very critical of business books and selective about the titles I invest time with. Simply put, "Impact Your Business" is a must read!Published on April 26, 2012 by Brian Nelson Ford
This book should be required reading for every manager. If I were a banker, I would make new business owners read this book before lending them money!Published on March 3, 2012 by Dan Feliciano