Monthly Archives: February 2011

Fraud and Trust

I was having dinner at Houston’s with a friend the other night and the topic of fraud came up. He asked, “You’ve got CFO’s, controllers, all sorts of staff, auditors and regulators…how does this stuff even happen?” I said that fraud in a situation like with all those people is pretty rare.…

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Jack and the Surfrepreneur's Budget

A Southern California Guide to Budgeting

(Links provided for translation purposes)

What, budget? Whatever. You cubular hoadads do what you need to do, as for me…grab board, hit beach, shoot e-curls.

Okay you SoCal surfrepreneurs consider this while you’re waiting for your Alchemy Hour; Mark McCormack, in his book, “What they don’t teach you in Harvard business School”, sites an interesting study.…

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ARE YOU MANAGING YOUR CASH OR IS IT MANAGING YOU? By B2B CFO Partner Johnny Gates

I recently saw a survey concerning the degree to which business owners are managing their cash flow. The results might be surprising to many in that only 20% of business owners felt they were in control of their cash flow. This means that over 80% of owners manage their business without having the necessary control over cash.…

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PC Fit

Santa Ana’s Child Guidance Center operates a program called Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). The PCIT Program is a 14-16 week, evidence-based, live coaching, early-intervention that strengthens the parent-child bond and provides highly consistent, appropriate, and effective parenting strategies. Observing from behind a one-way mirror, a PCIT therapist coaches the parent through a wireless earphone on how to better communicate, relate to, and manage their child’s behavior.…

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