Level 1, Seminar 1: Reading an Income Statement and Chart of Accounts Development
leader. The Income statement shows you the money you spent to generate the money you earned. Using it requires understanding the math which in
turn facilitates the better use of other financial tools that will be provided in this series of seminars.
Level 1, Seminar 2: The Development & Analysis of Allocation Ratio
TO YOU. Understanding this ratio is in effect, YOU LISTENING.
Level 1, Seminar 3: Develop a Pricing Strategy for your business
the way my father taught me method; or the method of pricing based on cost and then marking it up with included contingency expenses. These
strategies are actually guesses with a little hope tossed in- "I sure hope it's right". Use Your financials (your cost of doing business) to develop a pricing strategy!
Level 2, Seminar 4: Using the Internal Financial Management Workbook (provided Excel spreadsheet)
Financial Management System.xls". The simple data entry and resulting automated system can be used to financially manage a business and the training
to use this system is provided during this seminar.
Level 2, Seminar 5: Breakeven Analysis
utilize available monies that are constantly flowing through the business. This seminar, you will discover, is one of the most important business tools that
you can get your hands on.
Level 2, Seminar 6: Budgeting
used to create an automated budgeting system that requires little maintenance and provides a lot of bang for the buck.
Level 3, Seminar 7: Understanding your Balance Sheet Ratios
made has an impact on the balance sheet, in one way or another. Being aware of the impact of decisions on the balance sheet's ratios is very important because, outsiders use these ratios determine the health of your venture and to determine lending risk.
Level 3, Seminar 8: Pre-Determined Profit Planning
made with the goal of achieve a pre-determined profit. This seminar will use the accumulated financial knowledge and Internal Financial Management workbook to discuss predetermined Profitability and Profit Planning. The goal is to put "You in Control of your own Destiny."
Level 3, Seminar 9: Measuring Return on Investment
same as just taking money to the bank and getting a percent of return on that investment - this business concept involves evaluating investment vs.
return. As an example, would you like to know how to evaluating sales investment vs. your return on that investment, and/or effectiveness & efficiency
of a sales person?
Calculating Cost per Mile
Calculating Labor plus Burden Rates
Calculating Employee Productivity
Margin Mix Analysis
Cashflow Forecasting and Management
Weekly Financial Position Reporting