Patrick Good – Bridging the Cash Gap: Cash Flow Management Strategies

Patrick Good, host of Toledo Business Coaching, discusses a critical issue to all small businesses, bridging the cash gap and understanding that profits do not equate to cash. In this episode, the concept of Cash Gap is introduced and Pat offers us his Top 35 Ways to Improve Cash Flow.
 
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About Patrick Good

Patrick GoodPatrick Good is the Owner of PAG Associates, a Corporation consisting of 5 business units, including AdviCoach of NW Ohio. Pat founded AdviCoach of NW Ohio in 2010. AdviCoach is the nation’s fastest growing business coaching and advisory firm. Pat has an extremely broad business background with over 25 years of experience and success in a wide range of areas including Sales & Marketing, Business Development, Operations, Materials Management, Purchasing, Manufacturing, and Engineering. His extensive business acumen is rooted in his shop-floor manufacturing and production management experience. He has led the Materials, Purchasing, Operations, and Sales functions of local and global companies, including Honeywell International, Midwest Stamping, Kelsey-Hayes, William Cook North America, and Toledo Stamping.

Pat’s background includes certifications in Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Theory of Constraints, and Total Quality Management systems, including Facilitator roles. He is a Lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager and Six Sigma Black Belt.

After serving in the United States Navy, Pat earned his Engineering and Business degrees from the University of Toledo. He was born and raised in Toledo. He and his wife of 29 years (Peggy) have two adult daughters and live in Maumee.

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3 Comments
  1. Great info about cash flow Patrick. I find i have trouble with this myself and it does put a cramp on my business dealings, especially when i’m constantly busy producing, yet finding myself without a lot of cash for expenses. Thanks for your tips.

  2. Great show and great advice. It takes a little time and a little discipline, but managing the cash flow is easier than managing the stress if you don’t. I like the idea of breaking it down by starting with big picture of the year, than quarterly, monthly and then weekly.

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