Managing Relationships and Finances w/ Larry Franck
“When you find something you love, you never work a day in your life.”
Making an impact comes in several shapes and sizes. All of which are moving communities and the world in a positive direction. We usually see giving back in the forms of donating money, volunteering at food kitchens or maybe even providing clothing to needy families.
One person in particular though is using his gift of numbers to move the world peace “needle” in a positive direction. Larry Franck, Accountant and Treasurer at Empower2Play, has been using his passion for numbers to make an impact on businesses for the past 20 years.
A diehard baseball fan, Larry has always been a family man devoted to helping others and building strong relationships. Starting as a youngster playing year-round baseball with his three brothers to building comrade with the 82nd Airborne Division in the Army, Larry learned compassion for others from watching his father provide clothing, food, and supplies to individuals and family in need.
A native of Omaha, Nebraska and husband to Brenda for the last 42 year, Larry has the rare trait and the ability to make an impact with his presence. A person whose commitment is not only to his family and the Empower2Play organization, but also for his love for Accounting and helping business thrive.
“It’s rewarding when your knowledge can help other people succeed” -Larry Franck
For the past 20 years, he has worked with countless companies and entrepreneurs to help solve their toughest financial challenges. What seems like numbers to most, to Larry, is a puzzle piece which are key indicators of a thriving or struggling business.
On Thursday, Impact Today sponsored by Empower2Play will highlight one of its own, Larry Frank, on ways he is giving back to communities through building strong relationships and how properly managing finances help build successful organizations.
This podcast is part two, of the two-part series, on finances which first featured Kelly Peeler, CEO and Founder of NextGenVest.