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Press Release Category Business - Financial - Kendall SummerHawk Release Date: September 30, 2008

Amid the Crumbling of US Financial Giants, Small Business Owners Take Smart Measures to Protect Their Own Profits

By Kendall SummerHawk
September 30, 2008
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Unable to control harsh, outside economic forces, small business owners can look within their own operations to strengthen their businesses. They're finding that small changes – many implemented in a matter of days – are making a big difference to their bottom lines.

PR9.NET September 30, 2008 - TUCSON, AZ. – Business owners everywhere are cringing at the latest news surrounding the collapse of Lehman Brothers, sale of Merrill Lynch, and dire straights of AIG. But the smart ones aren't just watching in vain; they're actively insulating their own businesses from Wall Street volatility and the distressed economy in general.

"Since you usually can't control forces outside your business, you have to look within your own operations for new opportunities to make your business stronger," says Kendall SummerHawk, The "Horse Whisperer" for Business.

Specifically, SummerHawk – professional coach and author of "How to Charge What You're Worth and Get It!" – stresses how important it is for small business owners to find and plug money-gushing holes in marketing and operations.

"Even without taking on any new clients, small business owners can increase their profits simply by recouping the opportunity costs of overlooked marketing activities and stabilizing their cash flow. It's the best way to bring more cash in the door than goes out."

Her clients agree. They're finding that small changes – many implemented in a matter of days – make a big difference to their bottom lines. Small changes like systematically following up with prospects after meetings and presentations, giving special offers to their best customers, and contributing consistently to a business savings account.

Summerhawk talks about these cash flow opportunities and a dozen more in a free audio seminar posted on her website. The seminar, "How to Plug Your Cash Flow Leaks (and Create New Cash Flow Opportunities)," is available at

Kendall SummerHawk
Phone: (520) 577-6404
Fax: (520) 299-3450
3305 North Swan Road, Suite 109-148, Tucson, Arizona 85712

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