Building Financial Literacy Shouldn’t Cause the Sunday Scaries

It’s Sunday afternoon and instead of relaxing with friends or reading a great book, you are terrified for the week ahead. You have a presentation to pitch a new internal idea on Monday, you are giving performance reviews for the first time as a new manager on Tuesday, and the sales team as asked you to join them to develop and present a proposal to a huge new prospective customer on Thursday. Plus, you still have all your other work!

One of the reasons that you are not looking forward to the week ahead is that you feel you are lacking financial literacy skills. Financial literacy being defined as ability to understand at a detailed level how your company makes money, how your customers make money, and how your competitors make money.

To help the readers of this blog, I’ve taken some of the content and business simulation data from our award-winning Business Acumen programs and consolidated the key points as a useful learning tool. Here are five things you need to know about financial literacy to avoid the Sunday Scaries:

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