Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is Your QuickBooks File “Insured”?

Computers and software are great when they work. But if your computer crashed or your QuickBooks file was corrupted and unusable, do you have a recent backup of your QuickBooks data file? Continue reading

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Do You Go to Power Hour?

I’m sure you’ve heard of Happy Hour, but have you heard about Power Hour? Power Hour is something you should be doing at least once a week during your working day. It’s the time that you carve out of your busy schedule to do the highest-payback tasks for your business. These include items like strategic planning, product or service development, deal-making, and leveraged revenue-building activities.
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Gathering Information That’s Most Useful to YOU

What information could help you better identify your ideal customer or product/service? One of the most powerful yet under-utilized tools in QuickBooks and Point of Sale (POS) is Custom Fields. You can use Custom Fields for Customers, Vendors, Employees and Items. I found when looking closer at my ideal client that I needed to track additional information. So, I set up Custom Fields to help me. Continue reading

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My Ideal Business

If you could wave a magic wand and work with any client you wanted, who would they be and what would your business look like? It’s a fun exercise and gets the juices flowing again if you have been feeling less motivated in your business lately. Continue reading

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