The Art of Survival

A jeweler's ability to develop and control an organization financially is vital to its success, but too many jewelers leave financial management to others—or until it's too late to avoid disaster. And even if you're doing "just okay," why not do "great" and start capturing all those dollars you're leaving on the table? Why not make it a priority to work at developing the skills and discipline that will make it happen? My firm, Business Resource Services, has developed a process that I call "Profit Mastery." In the next few months, this series of articles will make that process available to those who are ready to stop just surviving and start thriving. This month, we'll introduce the seven areas that can make or break a company and focus on the first area—accurately monitoring your financial position—and also begin developing some action steps. The Seven Deadly Sins of Poor

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