Make sure your personal finances are in good shape before you start a business. Listen to the episode and I bet you will learn about ways your personal finances affect your business that you’d never thought of.
I want to go back to an average month, Novembers are not very kind to me. We had some issues in November and experienced our second month with a loss. It was a bit of a perfect storm, a lot of things happened. Listen to the episode to hear all the details.
I’m always looking for resources that help owner operators be successful, especially when the benefits help them with their business and their personal lives.
Another average month. Revenue was actually higher than normal, but net income was about average. There were some higher expenses than normal. We’ll go into some of the details.
Craig and I talk about not falling into temptation when rates are really good and you are making good money, so you avoid some pitfalls that commonly mean the end of companies that were once successful.
In addition to talking about financials, we talk about adding a truck. I’m about 90% sure I am going to do it, so I have started to look for another truck, trailer, and driver. Craig and I talk a bit about that.
A couple of episodes ago I talked about being deliberate. One of the best ways to ensure you are deliberate in all that you do is to have a clear vision. All great leaders have a good vision. Whether you are an owner operator or the owner of a large fleet, you have to have a clear vision of the future if you want to maximize your success.
Another month gone by and it was a unique month, we get into why. We also answer a couple questions from listeners at the end of the episode.
In this episode I am going to talk about one of my habits that I think has had the biggest impact on my success and I hope it can help you out too.
Things seem to be getting better and better as the months go by, but I we are clearly not out of the woods yet. July was better than June and the freight market seems to continue to move in the right direction. Rates toward the end of the month were better than the beginning of the month.