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The HaBO Village Podcast

How to Increase Your Profit and Avoid Burnout - With Guest, John Briggs [Podcast]

August 10, 2021

Episode 156: Michael and Kathryn talk to John Briggs, Author and CPA, about the Profit First cash management system. Avoid falling into burnout and regain the passion you originally had when you started your business. If you are a business owner...

The Secret to Finding and Hiring a Good Consultant [Podcast]

September 3, 2019

Episode 78: Michael and Kathryn discuss the right way to find and hire a good consultant. Finding a consultant who can help your company (and who you actually like) can sometimes seem like an impossible feat... but it doesn't have to be. If this...

The Difficulty of Dollars and Cents in Your Small Business [Podcast]

April 16, 2019

Episode 59: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn dive into the dollars and cents of the financial side of your small business. Surprisingly, not all small business owners know basic financial terminology or how to analyze their numbers. If you...

Financial Intelligence: How Do You Rate? [Podcast]

July 23, 2018

Episode 50: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the importance of understanding the basic fundamentals of finance, especially if you want to avoid potential business disasters. If you don't feel like you have a strong grasp of concepts...

Keeping an Eye on Being Profitable [Podcast]

February 7, 2017

Episode 10: In this episode you will find an honest conversation regarding the hardships of staying profitable within your business regardless of the size of your company. Making decisions that impact the profitability of your business can be...

The Power of Financial Reports for Passion and Provision [Podcast]

August 25, 2016

Episode 5: Michael and Kathryn discuss a crucial part of your business: finances.  If you are in need of a high-level understanding of the financial reports that you are required to have in order to run your business, then this episode is for...

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