Do You Want Help Learning How to Make a Profit?

By (John R. Aberle) | How to Make a Profit

Mar 29

Have you ever taken up a sport and tried to learn on your own? Have you ever then taken lessons from an experienced professional? Do you agree that the lessons made a huge difference in your performance? The same is true for learning how to make a profit.

Unless you’ve been trained in business finance, you are losing money. As a consultant for an international small business consulting firm, I have worked with around 130 small business owners and management teams on profit and expense jobs. Almost all of them had an accountant for their taxes. Most accountants only do taxes and not business finance. Because of this, it was really rare for me to be unable to find savings twice our billing rate. The one major exception was a franchisee who was in the top 5% of the owners of these particular franchises.

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When you’re ready to get someone to show you how to make a profit, this eBook’s tips ensure a good experience.

Most small businesses had problems ranging from collections that were severely delinquent to overtime abuse to family and organizational issues. Almost none actually used budgets or actively managed for a pre-planned profit.

My fellow consultants and project managers loved helping these business owners and managers learn how to make a profit. There is a need, however, to choose your help wisely. That’s why I’ve written an ebook, How to Succeed with a Consultant. This is based on over seven years working as a consultant. I’m confident that most readers will never have seen some of these topics covered by any consultant.

Here is the table of contents:

  1. Avoid becoming awestruck
  2. Be sure you are motivated enough to change
  3. Get involved in the project
  4. Have the contract reviewed
  5. You hire consultants for their expertise, experience, and viewpoints different from yours
  6. “When all else fails, read the instructions”
  7. Know, like and trust your consultant first
  8. Be sure they actually know what they are talking about.
  9. Mutual respect
  10. Expect to pay for a consultant’s time
  11. Confidentiality

Would you like this ebook, How to Succeed with a Consultant, free? In exchange for your name and email address, I will send you the link to download it. I want to be able to stay in touch and offer you additional insights into how to make a profit. My goal is to help as many small businesses as possible learn the joys and profits of selling and marketing with heart. Obviously, as a business, I also hope you will, from time to time, buy one of my products or affiliate products I recommend.

In the meantime, do you want help learning how to make a profit? Check out How to Succeed with a Consultant. The eleven sections have some unique information aimed at your getting the most out of your relationship with a consultant.

Helping heart centered businesses make a profit,


John R. Aberle

Aberle Enterprises

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