March: The Story In The Numbers

March 2021 had many Australians sitting on the edge of their seats as we approached a cliffhanger ending to JobKeeper and tried to anticipate the economic impacts for the rest of the year ahead.

March 2021 had many Australians sitting on the edge of their seats as we approached a cliffhanger ending to JobKeeper and tried to anticipate the economic impacts for the rest of the year ahead.

We are presented with cliffhangers every day in the literature, films and television we consume. It’s helped us to become adept at accepting the stresses that anxious anticipation brings us and enjoying the reward that comes with revelation and resolution.

How do you ride the rollercoaster of emotions that go with a cliffhanger? How about reframing the cliffhanger? Rather than simply hanging on for dear life, how can you climb? Rockclimbers prepare and plan for their ascent. How do you plan to navigate the twists and turns in a way that keeps your business on an upward trajectory instead of jumping from one potential disaster to another? We help businesses to reframe and prepare for their ascent. We can help you create a forward-thinking, data driven powerhouse to drive your business decisions throughout the year and beyond. Read more in our latest blog post here.

We were designed specifically to help businesses who turnover between $1-$20 million to find the story in their numbers. Get in touch and we’ll show you how we can help.

origin of the cliffhanger

Cliffhangers weren’t always the norm. In fact, the first literary cliffhanger was within Thomas Hardy’s 1872 serial novel ‘A Pair of Blue Eyes‘ where the hero was left between publications hanging off the edge of a cliff. Thrilling for its day but par-for-the-course for us content hungry 21st century humans. Side note: Charles Dickens had been using this technique within his published stories years earlier, Hardy just gave the term a very literal representation. 

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