MyCorbu entering Beta Testing this week is pretty big news, but it's not the Big News...
The perennial marketing problem is twofold: getting noticed and being considered as a solution when a need arises.
I am going to share how to build a spreadsheet that you can use to project your financial future - kinda.
Well, because projections are notoriously 'iffy' - just too many unknowns. And almost all of them are beyond your control.
But even a poor projection is better than the crossed finger method.
I have used a spreadsheet like this for years to monitor our backlog of work. I have to admit that my interest in projecting fees into the future was usually because I feared that our work was drying up. It usually wasn't. Over time you learn that projections more than three months out aren’t very trustworthy - but really worth doing for the insights that your gain.
Hey, I'm Rick Wolnitzek and Architekwiki is my blog for sharing what I've learned practicing architecture for ... a long time. Enjoy!