Virtual CFO Services 101: Costs, Benefits & Drawbacks

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Sep 6, 2018

To everything there is a season. There's a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to hire a CFO and a time to avoid one like the plague. Your business does need a CFO, but at the right time and with the right parameters. In this article, I'm going to cover what you need to know about virtual CFO services before you make the move.

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Optimizing The Intersection Of People And Tech With Capstone Strategy Group

BY Tami Brehse IN management, entrepreneurs ON Aug 30, 2018

Run by husband and wife team Dwight and Robyn McLeod, Capstone Strategy Group helps businesses streamline their processes, get the most out of their technology and lead their teams effectively. The McLeods had been in business for more than ten years when Dwight was accepted to a rigorous New York University program that would bring about major changes for the well-established firm.

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A Calm CEO is a Clear CEO: How to Master Your Brain

BY Eddy Hood IN inspiration ON Aug 23, 2018

Photo by Eye for Ebony on Unsplash

The success of your organization is entirely dependent on your psychology as the CEO. If your psychology is poor, your business will be poor.  In this article, we're going to explore how your brain is ultimately at the root of most successes and failures within your organization.  

One of my early clients, we won't name names, had poor psychology and his business suffered from it every day. I remember attending meetings with him and his team on a weekly basis and feeling very uncomfortable with his remarks. He would often say things like:

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What Is A Virtual CFO And Does My Business Need One?

BY Tami Brehse IN cfo services ON Aug 23, 2018

Growing your company’s revenue is a beautiful thing. There’s no feeling quite like the one that comes with hitting a financial goal that’s long been on your horizon. But reaching new revenue levels also comes with growing pains.

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BY Eddy Hood IN Small Business Accounting ON Aug 21, 2018


As your business evolves, there will come a point in time when you need to hire an expert to help you with money management. So, who do you turn do? Should you hire an accountant or a financial planner?

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9 Tactics To Increase Profits This Month

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs ON Aug 16, 2018

Whether you want to take your growing business to the next level or you’ve hit a financial plateau and need to break out of it, you’re reading this because you want to increase your profits.

Making a positive change to your income statement means making changes within your business; the key lies in finding the change that will move the revenue needle for you.

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Management Versus Mentorship: How This Entrepreneur Strikes A Balance

BY Tami Brehse IN inspiration, management, client spotlight ON Aug 9, 2018

Tahnee Elliot was working as a receptionist at a law firm while finishing up college when she asked her boss for time off for spring break. The answer would change the course of her career.

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7 Entrepreneurs Who Were Broke When They Started

BY Tami Brehse IN inspiration, entrepreneurs ON Aug 2, 2018

One of the toughest parts of starting a business is figuring out how to fund it. If you don’t have a teeming trust fund or a lineup of angel investors waiting to hand you their cash, it can feel like an uphill battle.

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How This Developer Grew Her Traffic By 3,000 Percent In Three Months

BY Tami Brehse IN inspiration, entrepreneurs ON Jul 26, 2018


If you’ve ever needed to edit a PDF file on the fly, there’s a very good chance you’ve typed ‘free PDF editor’ into Google. And, if you’ve done that, there’s also a very good chance you’ve used Sophie Knowles’ product.

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Client Spotlight: Helping Entrepreneurs Thrive With Onebook

BY Tami Brehse IN business, inspiration, client spotlight, entrepreneurs ON Jul 19, 2018

Every entrepreneur has to start somewhere; it’s a fact Michael Shoup and Paul Shearer know all too well. 

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