Join me and my special guest Mahmood Reza, The Numbers Rockstar, in this special edition podcast to launch our Business Growth Club for entrepreneurs and business owners who want to scale up successfully and sustainably.
“Ideas are cheap. It is building them into profitable companies that is hard. Ideas are like insects. Many are born but few live to maturity.” William Hertling
Imagine that business idea you have. Your business idea could be floating in and out, or it may rest heavy in your thoughts.
Either way, you want that idea to turn into something meaningful. Who wouldn’t want their business to make a mark, a difference and an impact?
Meaningful needs to be more. Whatever your business, you need to make money if you are going to survive and thrive.
How you make that money, what you do with that money is part of the deal.
If making money is not one of your business goals , then all you have is a time consuming and expensive hobby.
Let’s get real. Ideas are the easy part of your business journey
If you expect success to fall into your lap, you have inspiration but no application, and want it all for free, then this program is not for you.
If you'd like to find out more, listen in - and get on the waiting list here - we have only 12 places available, and some of those have gone already! If we've convinced you already, then sign up now for £99+ VAT.
Really hope you can join us :)
More about Mahmood:
Mahmood is the Owner Manager of Knowledge Grab and Pro Active Resolutions. The businesses help business owners make money & save time by using their numbers, through accounting and tax support, training and mentoring
Mahmood’s business career of over 25 years has been about supporting business and entrepreneurs of today and tomorrow, as well as social enterprises and charities. He has been described by some clients as “Not your normal boring Accountant!”
Before Mahmood started his own business from his back room, he started his paid for career in teaching. He has taught at all educational levels, from primary to post graduate, vocational to academic.
Mahmood then made a transition into Industry, working for a brewing and drinks company as a divisional accountant reporting to board level.
He then made his next pivot and started his own business in Feb 1995.
Mahmood is highly qualiﬁed in accounting, tax & business, and has picked up qualifications, passed exams beyond accounting: FCCA, ATT, FRSA, DMS, PGCE, BSc (Hons).
He also publishes regular content, guides, and resources to support business. His weekly podcast ‘I Hate Numbers’ is one way of helping your business get friendlier with your best business friend. The friend that doesn’t lie to you, your Numbers.