I have spent the last 14 years in sales. I have always treated my position like I am the CEO of my own company. But what does that mean? Well Like any business owner, I watch the numbers. I know where I am at every single day. I do not simply react; I proactively create situations to ensure my success. But you don’t know what you don’t know. Some people think it is counter intuitive to have a W2 position and treat it like it is your own business. If I was digging ditches, maybe, In sales, however, you are only as good as your numbers on the spreadsheet so you have to understand them.
The price of gold has been and still is one of the most stable investment ventures that there is in this world. Although the prices of the precious metal have been known to dip
from time to time according to economic trends, one thing that can be made certain of it is that the general trend of these prices have been heading upwards ever since the price of
gold was set by Sir Isaac Newton (United Kingdom’s Mint Master) in 1717 (the prices remained stable for 200 years after that).
When you think of accounting, what do you picture? Probably a boring, grey-haired old man in a suit hunched over a calculator, right? At least, that’s the image that comes to my mind. So it wouldn’t surprise me if you conjured up something similar.
But here’s the thing…
It turns out, accounting isn’t what it used to be. And in this short blog post, not only will I share why, but I’ll also explain what this means for you, your financing and your business. Sound good?
Why Accounting Isn’t What it Used to Be: