This post is an excerpt from MC Carter’s upcoming book — SHIFT: 12 Shifts in Thinking to Transition the Accounting Profession into the Modern Era. Click the button below to get a FREE PREVIEW …Read More →
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This post is an excerpt from Michael ‘MC’ Carter’s upcoming book — SHIFT: 12 Shifts in Thinking to Transition the Accounting Profession into the Modern Era. Click the button below to get a FREE PREVIEW …Read More →
The other day I received an email newsletter from an accounting firm. You know the type. It was one of those low-value ‘cookie cutter’ email newsletter subscriptions where lots of accounting firms subscribe to …Read More →
Have you ever been frustrated at becoming a ‘proposal chaser’?
This is where you send a proposal to a prospective client—or a proposal for a new or expanded engagement with an existing client—and then you …Read More →
Getting into a small business is a little like getting into parenting.
What kicks it off is usually pretty exciting, but it sets in motion a series of events that most people are totally unprepared and …Read More →
You’re an accountant. So you’re busy. Who isn’t?
What you need to ask yourself, is what type of busy are you?
I’ll share below 4 types of busy with you.
Here’s what led to this…
This morning I was listening to a podcast …Read More →
If you’re wondering how to grow your accounting firm you’ve come to the right place. Fair warning to the faint of heart though, if you want to grow, you have to embrace the dreaded 4-letter …Read More →
Stop accepting the tired excuse of Failure to Implement (FTI) and start achieving your accounting or advisory firm’s business goals.
Here’s how we acheived it…
Yesterday in our weekly team accountability session (via a web meeting …Read More →
Gotta love the cloud and how level the playing field is these days for small and medium businesses.
Today, three of the accounting firms who signed up as PARADOX members (for our digital marketing services …Read More →
I’ve always found it curious that the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) many accounting firms call ‘Productivity’, is not actually a measure of productivity.
The KPI I’m referring to is more accurately termed ‘Utilisation’. I use …Read More →