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You started a business because you’re really good at what you do, only to find that there are some aspects of running a business that you’re not so good at. You’re not alone. There isn’t a business owner out there who excels at each and every aspect of running a business.

At Dunathan Consulting, it’s our goal to help you get your administrative operations running smoothly so you can focus on what you do best.


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Running a business is stressful. Especially when you’re so far out of your comfort zone, you don’t know exactly what kind of help you need. Our consulting services help you identify the systems and processes necessary to bring you back from the edge of chaos. We’ll break things down in a manner that’s easy to understand and makes sense in your office, and then we’ll help you get it all set up.

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Starting a new business is exciting, but it can be intimidating to try to understand things like financial management. Our online courses were developed for budget-minded business owners that need practical help with business basics like tracking cash flow.

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July 13, 2020 in Operations

The Silver Lining to an Economic Slowdown

Running a business through the COVID-19 pandemic has created a tough time for a lot of businesses. From dealing with the shutdown, to having a work space filled with barking…
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June 8, 2020 in Operations

Help Potential Customers Understand Your Value

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Why can’t this potential customer see the value of what I’m offering?!”  It’s only natural to feel that way. Unfortunately, the hard-to-hear truth is…
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May 11, 2020 in Operations

Using Balance Sheets: Learning to love your chart of accounts- Part three

In our last post, we reviewed the three parts of a balance sheet: assets, liabilities, and equity.  That is a little dry, so let’s take a look at a real…
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