Imagine how slow everything would be and how much “donkey work” we’d still be doing. If you have to say, “I know you can’t read this, but.” you’ve flubbed it. Isn’t the job of the accountants enough by computing the income generated by the company?
Part of being a good entrepreneur is to track the progress of your business periodically. Some people get so obsessed with these statistics and numbers that they often spend hours every night computing and plotting progress. For many businessmen, these metrics serve as a gauge on whether the company is doing well or not. But is tracking the metrics really that important? Isn’t the job of the accountants enough by computing the income generated by the company? Apparently, metrics isn’t just about the income garnered. There are other aspects of tracking involved.
Now we go back to the 180 Trillion dollars that run through the Federal Reserve every year. Remember how big that number is because it is very important. What if there was a four percent transaction fee on every dollar that went through the treasury every day. That would equal 7.2 TRILLION dollars. For the year of 2009 the federal budget is an estimated 3.1 TRILLION dollars. That would leave a 4.1 TRILLION dollar surplus to pay down debt or stimulate the economy. Personally the word surplus scares me a bit. Politicians usually just buy votes with the extra money and don’t really accomplish anything with it. I have a solution for that later on. I think you will like it.
When you’ve got this type of player who really is accountants at the top end of their game then you’re going to get something that is really exciting and unique.
If someone has to be at that meeting does it have to be you? Could you find someone who could go in your place? It could be a colleague – and you’ll help her out with something. It could be a junior colleague who would find the experience exciting and a chance for personal development Naturally you’d brief them properly and inform the Chair.
Begin with the obvious: Know your subject. Some speakers overlook this basic point and quickly come unglued during the question-and-answer period. The audience assumes you’re an expert with knowledge to impart. As the featured speaker, you should assume that your audience is informed, curious and bursting with pointed questions.
This is real musicianship, all throughout the entire trio. It is for people that want to hear and see real music, versus just seeing a celebrity virtual performance.
As just a matter of interest, I just made a fellow at the University, here in England, which has just come up, after I gave various business talks and things, on the music industry, so I’ve been very lucky with awards, at the end of last year, going into this year. So everything’s looking pretty good on my end.