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Brooke Lively is the CEO and founder of Cathedral Capital, a consortium of CFOs and profitability strategists committed to equipping entrepreneurs and small businesses with the tools and expertise to take their business to the next level. Leading with her competencies of financial expertise and executive coaching, Brooke nurtures her clients’ growth, whether in the bottom line or their impact in their communities and industries. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Previously published in AttorneyatWork.com.

Seven Words to Learn Before You Apply for Your Next Loan

Seven Words to Learn Before You Apply for Your Next Loan

Growing law firms need cash, but cash can get tight. All firms should have access to reserve cash, such as a line of credit, but applying for a loan can be nerve-wracking— especially when bankers start throwing out unfamiliar terms. One of my clients (now in his second year on the Inc. 5000) needed to […]

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