Jim Blasingame

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Jim Blasingame discusses the imperative of financial management and how it will overcome other shortcomings in the quest for sustained business success
Jim Blasingame reveals reveals that Financial Mystery Number Two is that you can be profitable and not be cash positive, and Number Three means that the cash in hand isn’t profit you can spend.
Jim Blasingame discusses the loss of the Democratic Party that dates back to Jefferson, and how progressive presidential hopefuls represent something different from what their party originally stood for.
Jim Blasingame reveals how disruptions in oil prices, minimum wage increases, and the big three -- housing/auto/manufacturing – don’t have the same impact today as they did in the 20th century.
Jim Blasingame reveals why the younger generation’s lack of regard for history could be dangerous as business owners if they regard management fundamentals as old school, when they’re actually THE school.
Jim Blasingame reveals the first of his Five Financial Mysteries, which is the relationship between cash and accounting.
Jim Blasingame reminds us that small businesses are operating in truly the best of times, and we shouldn’t let the news media and the political class rob us of these exciting and rewarding days.
Jim Blasingame reveals how to turn the Plastic Triplets of bad service into the Golden Triplets of good service that you can take to the bank.
Jim Blasingame reveals the origin of the growth in blockchain adoption, and why small businesses need to be prepared to take part in this coming revolution.
Jim Blasingame discusses the challenges Founders have in seeking perfection when they should be delegating to people who can achieve excellence.