Cash Flow Tip 18 - Making Cash Flow a Game

Imagine creating a culture where everyone ran into work with the same energy that fans and players run into a sporting event.

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There are several key things that must be watched on a contractor’s business scoreboard, including cash flow.

Cash Flow: Tip 18 Making Cash Flow a Game - Having Fun Getting Paid

Cash Flow
Great cash flow is a key driver of valuation and successful successions. Running out of cash is is the #1 reason contractors fail. Improving cash flow improves your Return on Equity. Protect yourself and never let cash flow be the limitation to your profitable growth....

Cash Flow
Great cash flow is a key driver of valuation and successful successions. Running out of cash is is the #1 reason contractors fail. Improving cash flow improves your Return on Equity. Protect yourself and never let cash flow be the limitation to your profitable growth....

Changes - Impacts Beyond the Direct Costs
Contractors don't typically see the full negative impact of changes and, therefore, don’t put the right level of resources into their management.
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Cash Flow Tip 14 - Aggressive Billings and Pre-Wiring the Process
Contractors can significantly improve their Return-On-Capital by being aggressive and focusing on the details of monthly billings.