An excellent guide through the world of finance, full of important information. This book is easy to understand for those of us who need to know financials, without having to be an expert.
Demystifies the world of financial management - an essential business companion. This book sets out a simple yet very effective formula for every business leader to engage with and succeed. Highly recommended, particularly if finance is not your natural strength.
The 4 Figure Trick takes the mysticism out of financial management, making finance accessible to everyone. An essential and enjoyable read for everyone in business - from shop floor to the board room.
The perfect book for non-financial managers to really comprehend what matters when assessing a business and to help them make better business decisions.
The 4 Figure Trick is deceptively simple to read, but it gives financial and non-financial managers alike an unbeatable insight into how to profitably manage a company - or invest in it.
By focussing on just four numbers, here is a book that really does make the mysterious world of Finance accessible to non-Finance individuals. In my view this is a must read for any non-financial manager, regardless of their role, to help and broaden your view as a business leader.
An accessible insight into one of the most important knowledge areas for anyone working in any business or organisation. Any manager in business will improve their confidence in measuring financial performance and their potential to make the right impact across everything they do.
A thoroughly readable and instructive book which de-mystifies finance. The 4 Figure Trick provides its readers with a thorough and simple run through of the main principles of finance and financial analysis which should be a reference for those of us in business without a formal background in finance. I recommend this book for all current and aspirant business leaders as a real aid to boost their financial literacy and gain greater fluency in finance, which remains the language of business.
If you feel the urge to doze off, recoil or even flee at the sight of management accounts then this book is for you. I cannot overemphasize how engaging David is as a writer; he does for finance what Bill Bryson has done for science. Let's be honest finance & fun share nothing except a first letter - that was until I read The 4 Figure Trick.
A perfect read for anyone who wants to understand corporate and business finance in jargon-free language. The book explores key aspects of finance management: measuring success, making sense of trade data, the profit-making process and improving performance. Critically, it brings simplicity to the financial management and performance of a business that inspires managers to make more financially sound decisions.