Financial Fog

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Not everyone learns the same way

I fall asleep over text books, but I become very involved in group exercises. You may detest groups but relate to a pictorial approach, however that method is not often found in a lecture process.

We all have our own ways of learning.

In “Your Accounting and Finance Coach”, Patrick uses a combination of Auditory, Visual and Kinesthetic approaches to learning. If you like being examined on your learning, there are graded exercises; if you need further explanation or definitions, the system has a built-in Library. The visual people are aided by a follow-along script; the auditory listeners have their sound track in the form of a Medieval play.

I particularly liked the variety of approaches- and for a veteran of business with many dead horses in his past, I learned deep and I learned fast. It surprised me how quickly I got to the right answers.

Patrick gives you powerful tools to maximize your business potential

You learn without it feeling like learning

The coaching covers
· The true cost of goods and services
· What you earn and where it comes from
· Keeping track of those who owe you money
· Managing and maintaining assets
· Being wary of those you owe
· Knowing what’s in the kitty and its destination

Cash Accounting and Accrual Accounting are compared and contrasted.

You are also exposed to applications to real business problems.

With Patrick as your financial management coach, you will be able to understand and use the building blocks of sound financial management.

But why stop there?

Hey, you own the toolkit, so there is no reason not to apply it to life.

At last! Your Entire Accounting And Financial Strategies Are Laid Out On A Plate And The Education Methods Are Proven To Work!

Because of large file sizes on the CD, "Your Accounting and Finance Coach" is posted to you by airmail. We notify despatch by email and look forward to its arrival when you email us that you have it.

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