Which Tense – Past, Present, or Future – Is Most Important for Your Business?

By Rich Bond

When most business owners think of financial results, they talk about what happened (the past). To my way of thinking, that’s not “finance,” but bookkeeping.

Today, the most successful companies not only get information on what happened, they have the financial tools and experts that can forecast what will be happening (the future) and how to improve those results.

Listen to this 3-minute video to hear how and why you should shift your focus from the past to the future.

I would be happy to talk to you about how changing your perspective will increase your profits and help your company grow more rapidly.  Call me at 203-216-0618 or email me at Richard.bond@bondandcompany.com.

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