Matt Garrett

Matt Garrett

Chief executive of TGG Accounting

Matt Garrett is chief executive of TGG Accounting, a managerial accounting firm based in San Diego, specializing in serving small to mid-sized businesses.

The Cocktail You Shouldn't Mix: Networking and Booze
Networking

The Cocktail You Shouldn't Mix: Networking and Booze

Be careful not to accidentally alienate a good opportunity just because you want to have a couple of drinks in a business setting.
The Business Success Pause
success tips

The Business Success Pause

How a Buddhist practice can help you refuel.
Working With Auditors Doesn't Have to Ruin Your Week
Audits

Working With Auditors Doesn't Have to Ruin Your Week

How to get the best out of a working relationship that can be frustrating and inefficient, but it necessary to make your business grow smoothly.
What I Learned in Business From Failing in College Football
Ready To Launch

What I Learned in Business From Failing in College Football

I was a practice-field hero, and football failure. What I was missing in the game and in business was the cerebral side.
Leadership

Your Employees Are Lying to You. Here's How to Stop Them

You may be setting the wrong example for employees without even realizing it. Here's how to make them more honest and committed at work.
How to Make Your Best Employees Even More Profitable
Growth Strategies

How to Make Your Best Employees Even More Profitable

Even your brightest hires need to be set up for success. Here are four ways to make your best employees shine.
4 Kinds of Fraud That Could Destroy Your Business
Business Optimization

4 Kinds of Fraud That Could Destroy Your Business

Nearly half of entrepreneurs experience fraud at some point in their business's life. Here are four common types of fraud to watch out for and how to avoid them.
Why Your Business Could Be Failing Even If You Hit Your Numbers
Business Optimization

Why Your Business Could Be Failing Even If You Hit Your Numbers

More than half of businesses that meet their income forecasts fail. Here's why and what steps you can take to make sure your business forecasts are financially sound.