Learn how to read and use your financial statements to reach your business goals

When you don’t have an accounting background, it can be hard to decipher what everything means on your financial statements and what’s most important to pay attention to.

To know how your business is performing and be able to adapt and improve, you need to track and understand your key financial metrics.

Those metrics live on:

Spend a little time understanding these statements now, so you can see your progress and get excited about it

You never wanted to be an accountant – we get it! But a small investment of your time learning this and speaking one-on-one with one of our experts will help you run your business with confidence, and make the necessary changes to get where you want to be.

Your financial statements will allow you to:

  • Measure how your sales and expenses are affecting your profit
  • See where you can cut unnecessary expenses or allocate more funds
  • Create an accurate timeline for milestones – know when you can afford to hire your next employee or buy equipment, etc.
  • Create budgets and forecasts so you can be proactive with decisions rather than reactive
  • Predict cash highs and lows and act on it with confidence and security
  • Identify areas of your business where you can make 1% improvements towards your goals

Our one-on-one consultation gets you clarity around what your financial reports mean.

First, watch three videos.

Our 3 stage course helps you identify and understand the key metrics on each of your financial statements, and provides exercises to help you absorb the information in a practical way.


Session 1

How to read a balance sheet

Session 2

How to read an income statement

Session 3

How to read a cash flow statement

Watch the first session for free

Once you’ve completed the course, schedule a one-on-one consultation with us to learn how to apply what you’ve learned within your business.

Unlock the full course for $497, which includes a private 1-hr consultation after you’ve completed the course.

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