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The latest offering from WDCRW? series – What Do Accounting Clients Really Want? – gives you the necessary insights to better understand the mindset, motivations and expectations of people who buy accounting services for their businesses.
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- Are you trustworthy?April 10, 2015 - 11:44 pm
Late last year I was watching a TED video. If you’re not familiar with TED you’re missing out. TED is a not-for-profit group running a series of live and online events with the purpose of providing a forum to ideas worth spreading. TED has been in operation since 1984. TED conferences bring together the world’s […]
- Are you able to have a conversation?April 3, 2015 - 7:09 am
Are you an accountant that can easily have a conversation with anyone? I hope for your own sake that you are. In working with accounting firms and individual professionals for many years, I have been somewhat surprised to learn a few things about Partners and staff. The one thing that I have uncovered is that […]
- What if Einstein was an accountant?March 27, 2015 - 7:49 am
Come on – admit it. Einstein the accountant? – that would be one interesting situation. What if Einstein was an accountant rather than a physicist? Would the accounting profession be different than it is today? In my humble opinion the profession would be different for one very important reason. Einstein was smart enough to realise […]
- Good invoices equates to good businessMarch 20, 2015 - 7:11 am
The other week I had an electrician come to my house to do some basic maintenance work. Nothing major, just a couple of hours of fixing some light fittings and changing the position of a few power points. I’ve used this chap several times before and have always considered him to be professional and a […]
- Accountants – this video will help you win more business!March 13, 2015 - 4:21 pm
This will more than likely be the shortest post I have ever posted! Go to the Video below. Watch the video right through. Then think about how the lessons & exercises suggested by Professor Amy Cuddy of Harvard University apply to you & your practice. See you next post. James E