Why is it that some accounting firms grow to become well oiled, profitable enterprises that make their owners very wealthy and others, (and the odds are that 86% or more of all firms are in this second category) toil away grinding it out day after day and never make any serious money. It’s not about location. It’s not about a better idea. It’s not about lots of funding. And it’s not about working really hard.
While all of these are important factors, there is one key factor that you must understand if you plan to grow a business that maximizes its value and gives you the life you deserve.
We’ve asked business systematization expert Michael Mills of Business Design Corporation to present a webinar specifically on systematizing an accounting firm. Michael will share what you can do to create a firm that can grow reliably, profitably and consistently without consuming you and your life.
This presentation runs just under an hour. Register now so you can replicate what you do and create a firm that runs reliably and predictably with top grade loyal employees who actually do what you expect them to do.
When? Wednesday July 20 at 11.00 am PST.
To register: Click on the following link: http://tiny.cc/systems2020
Register now. You’ll be glad you did.
All attendees will receive the a complimentary copy of the e-book “How to Systematize Your Accounting Practice” valued at $49 and 1 free month of Michael’s Business Systemization platform.
Even if you think you can’t make it, be sure to register. We’ll be recording the event and emailing the recording to all who register.
Testimonials from some of those who have attended this presentation previously:
“I thought it was an excellent presentation. Absolutely excellent. I got more than I hoped for…” — Jim B.
“I really enjoyed your presentation. The psychology and the techniques of business fascinate me. I learned a huge amount about building a successful business – that building a business to be successful is a science in addition to having a good product or service. Your presentation was well thought out and it was logical and useful.” – Betsy G.
“I found it all very helpful and useful information. I can’t wait to get started…..” — Karen H.
“I learned a lot…” — Jim A.
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