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The Financially Simple podcast is an all-in-one resource for small business owners. Listeners gain valuable insights into navigating through today’s business climate. Each episode focuses on the topics that benefit you the most. Learn effective methods of managing your team, tax mitigation, increasing bottom-line revenues without overloading your current infrastructure, and much, much more. Being a business owner can be a lonely profession, but that doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. Subs ...
 
Most dental podcasts are dentists talking to dentists about why they are so awesome. That’s gucci, but enough already. Listen to stories about dentists personal and professional lives. Their best day and worst day as a dentist. Their best and worst first date. Their best and worst employee. Always looking to provide some levity in a profession as demanding as dentistry, Mike’s humor drives the interviews. The American Dental Podcast Association rates the show at 5 laughs per episode. If you ...
 
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In episode 363 of Financially Simple, Justin provides an overview of Inflation. Inflation is an economic factor that influences so much of the goings on in our business matters, yet few of us really know what it is and how it affects us and our work. In this episode, Justin gives the run down on Inflation - what it is, how it works, why it matters,…
 
In episode 362 of Financially Simple, Justin gets digital giving an overview of Crypto Currencies. In recent years we have seen the rise of digital currencies like BitCoin, but amidst all the noise as people have rushed to embrace this new technology, few have stopped to understand it and ask whether or not crypto currencies are a legitimate invest…
 
In episode 361 of Financially Simple, Justin continues the allegory of his fishing trip in relation to Business Owners setting out and seeking better waters. If you’ve had to pivot, or change course and deviate from the business plan you had crafted, you will inevitably have to deal with some negativity and noise from the naysayers. In this episode…
 
In episode 360 of Financially Simple, Justin shares his recent fishing adventure. The last year or so has been unprecedented and extremely tough for business owners, with many having to make difficult decisions in order to keep on track with their business plan. In this episode, Justin recounts battling a Bull Shark, and likens the experience to ha…
 
In episode 359 of Financially Simple, Justin takes a look at the Business Cycle. To paraphrase The Byrds, to every business there is a cycle, and knowing at which stage of the cycle your business is at can help you to move on to the next stage and also avoid the bad phases. In this episode, Justin goes over each stage of the Business Cycle, highlig…
 
In episode 358 of Financially Simple, Justin answers a listener’s question regarding Formal and Informal Valuations. If you are planning on selling your business, having the business accurately valued is important to determine its worth in order to get a fair offer. In this episode, Justin compares Formal and Informal Valuation criteria, and gives …
 
In episode 357 of Financially Simple, Justin looks at the process of formulating KPIs, KIs, and KRIs for your business. When determining which indicators in each department of your business to track and how to track those indicators, there are steps that you can follow to make it a little easier. In this episode, Justin goes over the process and ex…
 
In episode 356 of Financially Simple, Justin wraps up the series on Performance Indicators. Over the last few episodes we have learned all about KPIs, KRIs, PIs, what they are and why they matter whether you’re the owner of a large business or a solopreneur. In this episode, Justin reviews the importance of Performance Indicators, the why and how i…
 
In episode 355 of Financially Simple, Justin and Amy Ahrens of Heritage Investors go over the KPIs, KRIs and PIs of Operations. Operations covers many business related functions and tasks as a whole, and as such keeping track of these processes is invaluable for overseeing how well systems work and whether or not customers and clients continue to b…
 
In episode 354 of Financially Simple, Justin and Amy Ahrens of Heritage Investors discuss the KPIs of People. A happy team results in happy customers, so it’s important to keep track of employee satisfaction to ensure that the people in your business are content in their work. In this episode, Justin and Amy look at the most important KPIs, what th…
 
In episode 353 of Financially Simple, Justin and Jeff Jeter of Heritage Investors take a look at the KPIs, KRIs and PIs of Risk Management. As your business grows and scales up the risks change, and it’s important to keep tabs on these developments by reviewing them regularly while having a solid team at your back. In this episode, Justin and Jeff …
 
In episode 352 of Financially Simple, Justin looks at the main indicators used for tracking finances in a business. When it comes to KPIs, KRIs and PIs of finance there are many different items that can be tracked to measure the progress and growth of a business. In this episode, Justin goes over the main indicators explaining why they are the most…
 
In episode 351 of Financially Simple, Justin discusses Planning indicators that are specific to Heritage Investors. Having a Business Plan gives the owner of the business more than a route map to follow, it also provides the main indicators that are important to track specific to their business. In this episode, Justin goes over the main KPIs, KRIs…
 
In episode 350 of Financially Simple, Justin talks to The Go-Giver author Bob Burg about the importance of Leadership in a business. While the objective of a business is to make money, it is not the most important factor when deciding how to run a business. In this episode, Justin and Bob ask the important questions that result in money being the b…
 
In episode 349 of Financially Simple, Justin talks to David Kent of Heritage Investors about Leadership KPIs. Leadership and team development are important KPIs that can be tracked in your business, which can show the progress of your employees throughout their career in your company, as well as employee engagement and satisfaction. In this episode…
 
In episode 348 of Financially Simple, Justin talks to Jeff Jeter of Heritage Investors about KPIs, PIs and KRIs for Sales. When it comes to Key Performance Indicators for tracking Sales, the types of indicators are numerous and can also be specific to your business model. In this episode, Justin and Jeff look at how many indicators there are for Sa…
 
In episode 347 of Financially Simple, Justin talks to April Damron of Heritage Investors about their own Marketing KPIs. Your Business’s marketing strategy can provide some insightful indicators that can be measured over time to determine the success of the strategy as well as business growth. In this episode, Justin and April go over some of the m…
 
In episode 346 of Financially Simple, Justin sets out his personal journey in determining his own company’s KPIs. Key Performance Indicators can be used to evaluate the success of a business, the efficacy of team members in achieving their goals, and overall performance. In this episode, Justin gives an overview of the up-coming episodes that will …
 
In episode 345 of Financially Simple, Justin begins an in-depth look at the Key Performance Indicators of Business starting by figuring out which Indicators are “Key”. There are many metrics that can be tracked and measured, which can show the development of a business - but of all the possible measurements, which are the important ones that must b…
 
In episode 344 of Financially Simple, Justin give an overview of how a Business Owner can go about letting go of some of their responsibilities. Burn out and stress are two common issues Business Owners face in the running of their company, and as the business grows there comes a point when you can’t continue to do everything and will need to start…
 
In episode 343 of Financially Simple, Justin gives a quick explanation of why keeping Meeting Minutes is useful as a Business Owner. Who said what, when, where, and what happened next - knowing these things from your business meetings is important to keep track of important decisions and growing your business successfully. In this episode, Justin e…
 
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