Curated by Accountants for Accountants – November 2016

I’ve enjoyed chatting to some readers over the last month about the biggest challenges in business. No matter what yours are, my advice is to tackle one at a time. Don’t get stuck with paralysis analysis!

I’m really looking forward to chatting about taking practice growth to the next level with Greg Sheehan from Rightway. Be sure to register.

And don’t forget Spotlight are running an awesome event in beautiful Wellington next March.

Must-reads this month

The key takeaways from QuickBooks Connect last month.

Some tips on making the transition from accountant to adviser from Richard Francis.

An oldie, but still such a relevant topic— make more money by turning away business.

A nice perspective on the future of the accounting profession from Blake Oliver.

As we head into the silly season, it’s a great time to review whether you are hitting your goals. This article will get you thinking.

Videos to catch up on

3 processes you must have to scale your practice.

What a BDM can do for your accounting firm .

Are you the CEO your practice needs?

Podcast of the month

Ted Talks are always amazing, and this podcast is based on talks from the most riveting speakers from the world-renowned TED stage.

Quote of the month

“Don’t worry about failure. You only have to be right once” — Drew Houston

Best,
Steph.

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