Welcome to Restaurant Accounting Net, the best resource for restaurateurs and their teams to conquer the world of finances and accounting.
This page will help you get the most out of this site. First off, my name is Zac. I run the show around here.
If you want to learn more about me, click here. If it’s your first time here, here’s what you should do right now:
#1: Download This Free Guide
I’ve put some of my best content into this free PDF guides (over 40 pages total):
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Done? Great. Moving on…
#2: Read These Posts First
When it comes to the restaurant industry, most restaurant and bar owners do not even know what they are working for. Why the long hours and the stress of the service industry? To create a cash flow saleable asset.
Focus on Building a Profitable Asset:
Understanding how to delegate and set yourself up for long term success (avoiding burn out) is often overlooked in the restaurant industry where 80 hours weeks are the norm. As a smart restauranteur or restaurant execute, you should delegate the things you are bad at.
Delegate Accounting, Focus on Running Your Restaurant:
Often when we are caught up in the hustle and bustle of running our business, we forget that continuing education is an option, let alone invaluable. No, I am not talking about taking night classes, I am talking about reading great content like this blog and books by restaurant industry experts.
Work Smarter, Not Harder by Staying Educated:
If you like the sound of this, keep reading!
#3: Join The Private ‘Restaurant Accounting Net’ Facebook Group
By joining this private group, you’ll get access to hundreds of like-minded restauranteur and restaurant executives who can give you instant feedback about your finance and accounting questions and challenges.
Click here to join the group today!
It’s just nice to have a support network of fellow restauranteurs and restaurant leaders who want to beat industry norms and run a successful profitable restaurant. There’s really no other group like this on the Internet.
You’ll even get access to a few industry experts – other bloggers, restauranteurs, chefs, etc. Click Here to join the group today.
You have to be approved by me or another moderator, but we’ll make sure it happens ASAP.
#4: Give Yourself a High Five
You’re here, which means you care. Whether you’re a total beginner or a pro financier, you’re trying to improve yourself.
You want to live the life you deserve, regardless of your previous business success of failure (or anything else, for that matter). Well done, and welcome aboard!
P.S. If you are curious, here is a post about How to Start an Accounting or Finance Blog