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Rea & Associates Asks What It Means when 'Good Isn't Good Enough' in Recent Business Podcast

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Updated 1:26 PM CDT, Fri, July 13,2018

FocusCFO Regional President Jeff Semple appears on regional accounting and business consulting firm’s award-winning weekly podcast unsuitable on Rea Radio to explain why “Good Isn’t Good Enough” anymore for business owners eyeing growth.

Mentor, OH -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/13/2018 -- Mentor accounting firm Rea & Associates announced the release of its 132nd episode of its award-winning weekly podcast series for business leaders, unsuitable on Rea Radio. Titled "Good Isn't Good Enough," the episode's message is rooted in helping Mentor-area business owners "get out of the weeds and get back on the track towards greatness," a lesson that is especially important in today's competitive market, a company spokesperson recently explained.

Jeff Semple, president of the Canton and Mid-Ohio region of FocusCFO, joined Rea's podcast host Dave Cain, CPA, to explain a few of the ways companies can achieve greatness in today's crowded marketplace.

"Financial information is, of course, important, but it's not always the end-all-be-all," explained Semple. "Business owners need to be able to tie the operation of their business to the financials to get real-time, forward-looking data. The financial statements then become a reflection of what business owners already know."

According to a statement from the top 100 CPA firm, the episode goes on to cover:

Why getting caught "in the weeds," every day, WILL cause you to run into something you won't see coming.

Healthy vs unhealthy revenue (and what business owners should focus on with regard to growing one's revenue).

The importance of working with a team of expert advisors available throughout one's business ownership journey.

Episode 132 of unsuitable on Rea Radio is available on the firm's website at www.reacpa.com/insight/episode-132-good-isnt-good-enough. According to the firm's spokesperson, visitors can also access additional resources, video, audio and a full transcript of the episode from the webpage.

"We hope this episode of the podcast, as well as the show in its entirety, will help the many business owners out there who are striving to overcome challenges in their respective markets," said Becca Davis, director of practice growth at Rea. "When we set out to produce our weekly business and accounting podcast, our goal was to provide listeners in Mentor and elsewhere with a valuable insight from industry professionals in all areas of business management. This recent episode is no exception."

According to a statement from Rea & Associates, the firm has been providing financial services and advice to Ohioans and small- to medium-sized businesses since 1933. In addition to its award-winning weekly podcast, area business owners can gain access to additional resources, including articles, blog posts, videos, and slideshows, on the firm's website at www.reacpa.com/insights. Rea employs more than 300 accountants and business accountants from 13 offices across the state, including offices in Mentor, Amherst and Cleveland.

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Rea & Associates
Becca Davis
7201 Center Street
Mentor, OH 44060
440-266-0077
https://www.reacpa.com/mentor-cpa-firm/

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