Where To Listen To The New QBOChat Podcast
The Build Your Best Bookkeeping Practice Podcast launched on November 1, 2019. I’ll be talking about most of the topics we’ve discussed in the chats but with my own spin. I’m going to focus on giving you a no BULL, fun, and informative podcast about building a bookkeeping practice of YOUR dreams.
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I’m tired of all the thought leaders telling us what we have to do. It’s time for you to be YOU! It doesn’t matter to me what type of bookkeeping practice you build. What matters to me is that you build one that you enjoy and are proud of.
So, I’ll be talking about the business of having a bookkeeping business. The ups and downs. The ins and outs. All the different types of practices you can build. Benefits of doing things one way or another. No pressure. I just want to provide a space to make you think and figure out what is best for you.
I’m sad to see the twitter chat go, but I needed to make space for something that will be bigger and I am even more passionate about - helping all of YOU and in turn, making better bookkeepers for all the small businesses out there that desperately need our help. Remember, we are the force behind the small businesses that are driving our economy.
This podcast will be the jumping-off point to so many new conversations on twitter and the Build Your Best QBO Practice facebook group.
Identifying Bottlenecks In Your Practice What is preventing you from moving forward in your business? What is taking too long? What systems or processes are holding you back? These are bottlenecks that slow down our flow. 3 signs you have a bottleneck in your practice: Project Delays, Staff Burnout, and Rework Knowing that you have…
It’s Time to Slow Down Slowing down will help you build the practice that is best for YOU. Just because you keep going and going, doesn’t mean you are more productive. Or you are more important or more successful. It actually can really hold you back. So, you get it. You need to slow down,…
Cleanups are huge in our industry. It’s usually the reason why clients reach out to us in the first place. But, they can take on a life of their own – can’t they? After years of practice, I have developed this cleanup engagement workflow to help streamline the process.
Harvard Business Review defines imposter syndrome as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how bookkeepers and accountants can squash these feelings and gain their self-confidence.
Now is the time of year where we need to put our heads down and work. The earlier we start, the less stress we will have later on. Check out this episode as I walk you through several tips to help you get through our busy season – Year-End.
I cover the different areas that we need to be concerned about when reviewing a client’s cash flow. Plus there are tons of tips on helping you and your clients manage cash flow for their business.
In this episode, I do a deep dive into what the first advisory style meeting can look like. What should you be doing? What questions do you ask? Do you give advice right there on the spot?
We are letting our clients dictate the work versus telling clients how the work will be performed. Let me introduce you to the concept of client blocking. By blocking your time out by client, you could create more boundaries with your client and allow you to be more efficient in your practice.
Simply put – your capacity is the max your firm can produce with your current resources. But, how do you calculate your capacity? Listen to this episode for the tips.
Simple communication could be the key to keeping your clients longer. Learn what I’ve discovered about communication and clients over my years in practice.