Jim Blasingame

Revealed: Financial Mysteries Numbers Two and Three

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.

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