In This Episode:
Your business numbers tell a story – do you know what it’s saying? If not, Terrell Turner can help with that.
Terrell is an accountant-finance leader by trade with over a decade of experience — from running Fortune 500 business segments to helping start ups go from pre-launch to billions in revenue.
He is also a content creator focused on making complicated business topics simple, using words, and numbers to tell compelling stories that shape the vision and actions of entire organizations. His Business Talk Library show helps business owners understand their numbers and use them to craft a story they actually WANT to tell.
Join us today as we dive into financial best practices for your business, understanding your numbers, and crafting your financial story so it has a happy ending.
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- How Terrell uses his storytelling abilities to make complicated topics simple
- Why knowing “the numbers” is just as important for writers as it is for accountants
- How to use YOUR numbers to make smart business decisions
- Terrell’s advice for crafting powerful stories (even when talking about seemingly mundane topics)
- How to get more proactive with your business finances
- Best practices for managing your revenue and expenses (even while navigating tough times)
- How to “rewrite” the rest of your story if your numbers don’t look ideal right now
And plenty more along the way. Get the resources mentioned in this episode below.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode
- Terrell’s Business Talk Library
- Gary Vaynerchuck
- The Traveller’s Gift
- Sir Arthur Canon Doyle
- What’s Your “And” by John Garrett
- The Bottom Line CPA and Financial Advisors
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