Tax & Accounting Blog

12 Brilliant Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

12 Brilliant Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

“Brilliantly brainstormed bits to battle business blogger’s block” was the original title for this post, but it’s a tricky tongue twister. If you’re struggling with writer’s block, you might appreciate getting straight to the point rather than tongue-in-cheek humor. These 12 inspired tips have been cultivated from a number of brilliant bloggers and personal blogging experiences. Whether … Read More

Four Types of Stories That Will Help You Earn More Business

Four Types of Stories That Will Help You Earn More Business

The title on this blog post was originally “Four Stories That Will Help You Sell More Services”. Do accountants, attorneys, payroll providers and bankers sell services? It sounds so tawdry. Ask any of your peers if they sell services and their unfiltered, off-the-cuff response will likely be “no” – until they think about it, and … Read More

Why Stories Will Help You Sell More Tax & Accounting Services

Why Stories Will Help You Sell More Tax & Accounting Services

Once upon a time, there was a CPA Firm that desperately wanted to grow. It was a good accounting firm, following the rules and regulations set forth by the regulatory agencies, providing quality client service and hiring only the best and brightest talent. It was a relatively young firm, but it dreamed of being recognized … Read More

Data Analytics and the Accounting Professional: What Does it Mean for You?

Data Analytics and the Accounting Professional: What Does it Mean for You?

As accounting professionals know all too well, it can be a challenge to run a practice, provide great customer service, keep up to date with constantly changing regulations and tax laws and (in case that’s not enough) stay informed on the latest technology trends and innovations. Practitioners often tell me they’re concerned they could be … Read More

Why Simply Sending an Email is Not Nurturing

Why Simply Sending an Email is Not Nurturing

We are surrounded by relationships that require some form of ongoing nurturing – friends, family members, romantic interests, colleagues and professional relationships. One solitary act is not enough to nurture a relationship for the long term (think buying flowers for your girlfriend). One act cannot and should not be expected to achieve lasting effects all on its own. Nurturing … Read More