Knowing how to judge your financial performance can be tricky. Many factors come into play, and it’s not always easy to know where you stand. In the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, “Action springs not from thought, but from a readiness for responsibility.”

However, by taking a careful look at your income and expenses, you can get a good idea of how you’re doing. Here are a few tips to help you out.

Income and expenses

If you’re running your own business, it’s important to keep on top of your financial performance so you can make sure you’re making a profit. But how do you know if you’re doing well or not? Here are a few tips on how to judge your financial performance.

Are you running a business, whether that’s a private commercial business, an arts and social business, a charity, whatever type of business you’re running, one thing you cannot get away from, the one key thing that’s really important to generate, and make is your money and finances.

Money, financial returns are an absolute necessity. It doesn’t matter, money is certainly not the only thing, it’s not your only reason for pursuing your business but it’s got to be factored as one of your key objectives.

If you don’t aim to make money in your business, then you will not be able to deliver your why. That life working for others looms over.   You’ll not be able to sustain yourself, get those financial rewards that you deserve. You’ll not be able to build up a business that can have big impact and lack of money is going to lead to your eventuality. That’s all well and good but in this video, I’m going to outline how do we make judgements, how do we know how we’re doing in our business? How do we measure our success?


So, if you’re looking to make money, knowing How to judge your financial performance is a priority.  Remember to keep an eye on your profits and cash flow. And don’t forget that there are other important numbers to watch as well! To learn more about what they are and how you can use them to measure your success, check out my latest video where I talk all about it.

In the meantime, join me in my Numbers Know How Financial Story Plan Community where we’ll continue this conversation and help each other achieve our financial goals.

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