Financial chiefs at major companies oversee millions, and even billions, of dollars and have a unique vantage point into what it takes to run a successful business.We reached out to CFOs from a rangeof industries and asked for their best piece of financial advice.From leading and communicating with people in the finance function to tips for responsibly managing a budget and making bold moves, their answers are as unique as the company's they oversee.Scroll down to read the advice from the CFOs of Twitter, Ford, Home Depot,AT&T, and other top companies.SEE ALSO:The 10 highest-paying cities for CFOsAnthony Noto, the CFO of Twitter, says great financial leaders dig deep to find the truth."Great leaders of organizations runafter problems, make their footprint bigger than their foot, and alwaysstrive to find the truthbecause you have to get to the truth to beexcellent."Bob Shanks, the CFO of Ford, says you have to be grounded in real-time."Operating a global business in a fast-changing world, you have to be grounded real-timein the external environment, have complete transparency, be fact-based and working with a great, collaborative team."Pat Yarrington, the CFO of Chevron, says you have to be ready for higher levels of risk and opportunity."With an increasingly integrated world economy, be prepared to respond to higher levels of both risk and opportunity. A strong balance sheet is a tremendous asset when managing though periods of volatility."See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..