Welcome to the new year! Hopefully you’re all recharged and ready to make 2017 your best year yet. I’m really looking forward to bringing you more thought-provoking reads, events and practical content from our peers—all intended to help us all push the accounting industry forward at lightning speed. Must-reads this month I love these lessons learned from Jason Andrews during
In this episode I talk about the strategies that you can use to ensure that you keep on track towards achieving your goals.
With 2016 coming to a close, it’s a brilliant time to reflect on what worked well, what didn’t work so well, and what you will change for 2017. For some inspiration, check out 2016 in review, and what’s on the horizon. Embracing change—actually looking forward to it—is the one way your business will stay ahead of the pack in the
Get a jump start on your competition during the month of the thinking accountant January is the perfect time to think about what you want to achieve in 2017, and more importantly plan how you’ll get there. Hence the label : The Month of the Thinking Accountant! January really is an opportunity to get a jump start on your competition. A
In this episode I talk about the questions that you need to ask before you commit to implementing a new system in your business.
This episode is a sequel to episode 32 where I continue exploring the concept of the client conveyor belt – when do your clients find you, how do you cater to them and keep them on board and interested and ultimately sell your services to them and maintain them for years to come.
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
This is part 1 of a two part episode. In this episode I introduce the concept of a client conveyor belt.
In this episode I talk about building revenue by ensuring you communicate to your clients the services that you are able to provide to them – is there something you do that your clients aren’t necessarily aware of?
This episode is a wind up of some webinars that I ran in conjunction with Karbon that focused on social media. It answers one of the most common questions – “What should I post?”