Business Finance Coach
Money talks. And it never lies. So if your figures are saying they’re in bad shape, then your business is too.
But it doesn’t need to be that way. We can help you understand – and correct – the financial issues that are holding your business back with our business finance coaching and consulting service.
Our business finance coaches will help you:
- Think strategically
- Keep focused and be accountable
- Deal with challenges immediately
- Set practical goals
- Develop a solid business plan
- Be more creative in your business
- Make better-informed decisions
- Embrace opportunity and growth
Keep score. And win.
Like sport, business has a scoreboard. It’s what gives you the vital numbers that tell you whether you’re going to win or lose.
In business, we call that scoreboard “finance”.
And the numbers you put up on that board are the result of every business decision you’ve ever made. If they’re not ideal, then you’ve made poor decisions.
Our business finance coaching doesn’t just help you keep score. It will make you see you’re the one in control of the scoreboard. And it will help you build the non-negotiable skills you need to make winning business decisions.
Master the language of business
Profit and loss. Cashflow forecasts. Your balance sheet.
Together, they make up the language of business - finance. And to succeed in business, you must become fluent.
That’s why our business finance coaching doesn’t just teach you a few words. It gives you a full understanding of how that language works. You'll learn the critical numbers and how they work from Point A to Point B - regardless of your current financial literacy level.
We’ll help you calculate your break even point. Understand the difference between paper profit and settled profit. And teach you exactly what terms like “cost centres as a percentage” mean.
If that’s all ancient Greek to you, our business finance advice will drag your business into the 21st century.
Remove the guesswork
Understanding numbers leads to better business decisions. That’s because every decision we make in business will end up in a number. Numbers like this one: 80% of businesses fail due to a lack of cash flow.
But how can you know if you’re in that 80% if you have no idea how to measure - and forecast - cash flow?
Worse still, if you don’t know how to find or read those numbers, your business could already be in real trouble. If your numbers are weak, your business is too. It's like trying to play the game of business as if it's "pin the tail on the donkey." And when that's happening, your business is doomed.
That’s why our expert business finance coaching helps you grasp the fundamentals of financial management. We’ll help you develop the skills to remove the guesswork from business. And you will learn to love your numbers. We promise.
Benefits beyond business
True success. Can you put a value on it?
Is it how much you earn? How much you spend? Or how much you keep?
Successful business owners can put a number on all of them. But they have a difference measure for success.
Quality of life.
Because they all got into business for the same reason you did. And they all pushed themselves to succeed for the same reason you should. To improve their life.
Learning to measure your finances will help your business flourish. And when that happens, you’ll have the power to achieve your life goals outside business.
Getting the numbers you wants starts with this one - call 03 9001 0878 today.
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You’ve got to be around people who’ve done it before ... I do believe every business needs a mentor.”
Emma and Ben Stallworthy - Pinnacle Health
Case Study: Polyshine Finishing
Having purchased the business in 2008, Chris Galea soon realised that the company was growing too fast and it was impossible for him to manage on his own, but he firmly believed in the product, saw the exporting potential and so he pushed through.