The fish spoils from the head If the company's finances are lying, it's a sign that the entrepreneur's home budget is probably lame too. Often, we are so concreted in the idea of life from the first to the first that the absolute basis of financial management blows our brains out. That is why I always recommend learning from better people. My tournament lesson in China contained everything we should know about personal finances... and more.
Don't expect understanding. Help. Nothing. You have no monopoly on claims. If you don't make money from your business, it is your fault and your responsibility. Excuses in style: "You don't make money in my business" does not excuse you. No one is telling you to operate in an unprofitable business. No one tells you to stick to a non-intrate business. When someone has problems with finances and is looking for excuses not to make the necessary changes, he or she is entangled in something very unhealthy... You can complain, create facebook protests of entrepreneurs, but let's think for a moment: what will it do in the long run? The long ones will magically disappear? Profitability will suddenly break through the ceiling? The most sensible solution is a sober judgment of the situation and a firm decision. You choose whether to close the business because it is not profitable or to introduce corrective actions. No one will do it for you. The government will not come on a white horse. It will not throw a sack of euros at us. Many people accuse me of being easy to talk to because I have an online business and the current situation has not hit me like a local store. They forget that I am also an entrepreneur and I also have the right to vote. What's more, three years ago I would have been pretty fucked up, because I was earning mostly offline. And I'm an example of how to take your company into the online world. Whether we want it or not, more and more areas of life and business are moving to the Internet. We can adapt to this or fail, but then we have to be ready for the consequences. This e-mail may sound arrogant, but believe me, I don't have any shoes in me. This is only (and up to!) true. And to face it is the greatest act of courage.