The Clear PATH To Cash
Summary: In small business cash is always on your mind. Why don't I have any? Where did it go? How do I get it? How do I make more of it? Maybe your lucky and say, "What am I going to do with all this cash?" Each week Cash Flow Mike will tackle those questions with answers anybody can understand and use. If you are a aspiring or veteran business owner, you will want to get a fresh perspective from someone who has built small businesses into big ones for over 20 years. Join Cash Flow Mike as he guides us through The Clear Path To Cash.
Welcome to The Clear PATH To Cash PodcastIn this episode, Cash Flow Mike speaks to TJ Thomas, founder of Wichita Airstike, to discuss how he began his martial arts studio. They will also discuss how TJ has changed his business strategy due to...
Welcome to The Clear PATH To Cash PodcastIn this episode, Cash Flow Mike joins Mark Wickersham to discuss the client migration strategy. Mike will discuss how to engage and attract new and old clients, as well as how to keep them coming back time and...
Welcome to The Clear PATH To Cash PodcastIn this episode, Charles Fettinger is here to help us understand bitcoin. Bitcoin is still a platform that is very unknown by most people, but it has a lot of benefits that can positively help business owners....
Welcome to The Clear PATH To Cash PodcastIn this episode, Andrew Royer of Royer Accounting is here to discuss how business owners get in to trouble when not staying on top of their books. Understanding how much revenue is actually being generated is...
Jeff Keene of Delta T, Limited joins me on this episode to discuss how his business is reacting to social distancing during the coronavirus.
You've heard me close the show with "Don't Be A D.U.M.B. Business Owner." Here is a list of things people have said to me to lead me to build the Clear Path To Cash.
Linda Delaney joins Cash Flow Mike to discuss what its like to leave safe corporate job to go out on your own. Linda not only talks about how it feels, but how to overcome any doubt.
Comebacks happen all the time, and not just in sports. If you feel like you are down and in an unwinnable situation, then listen to this episode to start your business comeback today.
While in Las Vegas, I had a chance encounter with Booger McFarland, ESPN Announcer for Monday Night Football, that was a microcosm of how we should treat every meeting as small business owners.
The trend today is for accountants to move their clients onto an advisory services package. Cash Flow Mike asks Lorrie Rarey, a CPA what that means and why its important.
Sometimes a small business can do something so innocently, that they don't realize they killed the business. Trademark or copyright infringement is one of those situations. Cash Flow Mike discusses the case of Dublin Dr Pepper.
Jeff Watson, CEO of Packmule BBQ joins us to discuss his journey of building a business while maintaining a full time job.
It’s no secret that small business owners need bankers and vice versa. The problem is they don’t know how to relate to each other. There is a language of business, and the first obstacle to overcome in the conversation is for bankers to understand how they can best help the small business owner.
If you are trying to grow and you feel like you are getting bogged down in HR administration, then you might consider a PEO (Professional Employer Organization). In this episode Vic Vines explains how it can help a small business owner focus on growth.
I get the chance to talk to one of my accounting and bookkeeping heros about what it was like to become an influencer in the QuickBooks market.