Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants, Bookkeepers and Coaches to Grow Their Business

Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants, Bookkeepers and Coaches to Grow Their Business

A fun show dedicated to accounting, bookkeeping, and coaching firms looking to grow their practice, stand out from the competition and help their customers even more.

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May 19, 2022 47 min

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Erin Moger was the very first guide that Profit First Professionals hired. She came to the company in 2015, shortly after we started in 2014.

In this episode, Erin shares what inspired her to get into an unknown industry and what made her apply to work with Profit First Professionals.

She experienced and witnessed different situations with her father, an entrepreneur. With this, she came to realize that money is merel...

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Learn the practical tips from today's guest, Denise Grove, for the small to medium-sized business owners on how to catch the frauds and embezzlements before they go too far.

One of the questions that come to mind is why don't people often report frauds? The reason is plain simple. They are embarrassed that they were caught off guard with usually someone very trusted. That...

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Leah Ellis joined us as a guide at Profit First Professionals in early 2022. She owns Endeavor Financial Coaching, which she'll be sharing with us in this episode.

Being a Profit First Guide is a natural fit for Leah. She has been a fan of the book even before becoming a guide. She shares the difference between knowing Profit First based on reading it as to what she learned by being a Profit First guide.

She also ...

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Billie Anne has worked with Profit First Professionals who've had extraordinary success and with the ones who struggled. Thinking outside of the box and thinking forward as to thinking about what's in the past really makes a big difference in people being successful in transitioning.

In this episode, Billie Anne shares how to start thinking outside of the box by having empathy at the start of the entire proces...

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Human Resource plays a vital role in better business success and enhancing workforce management.

 In this episode, People Processes' Rhamy Alejeal shares what a well-functioning HR operation looks like and what does it take to do it well. When your company is rapidly growing, it is one of the signs to turn your focus internally - on your people. Rhamy discusses with us other signs on when it is best to get help fr...

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Thriving means generating wealth, not just earning revenue - which leads to financial independence and the ability to give back.

Given that definition of a thriving practice above by Joe Woodard, he discusses what needs the most attention within accounting and bookkeeping practices so they can Thrive.

Joe also shares in this episode the five key mindsets or characteristics of the mentally strong that will lead to a th...

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If you treat everybody like a transaction, you're not going to get customers. Humanize the numbers and make your clients humans.

The KillerPitchMaster, shares in this episode what made her start pitching and when she knew she was good at it.

She also explains what pitching is and why it is significant to all service-based professionals. Her pitching has made her the #KillerPitchMaster for a reason. She'll tell...

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LinkedIn is a business tool -- use it for branding, networking, research, intelligence, and development.

In this episode, Donna teaches us what to post on LinkedIn, how to shine, and what's the number one way to showcase our expertise.

Everything starts with optimizing our LinkedIn profile to be found and stand out above the rest. We should leverage LinkedIn to brand ourselves as industry experts.

Networking on Li...

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In this episode, Rob Taylor talks about his business journey and why that led to Dads In Business. Common issues such as high expectations for men or dads to succeed are also discussed by Rob.

He also shares how he helps businesses with the lessons he learned and the issues and opportunities he sees in a B2B (business to business space).

Learn to set boundaries and balance across work, life, money, and self. Rob stres...

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Charge more and get paid for your expertise.

This is what our guest, Arron Bennett, has been doing in his business: he charges more for his expertise.

He wants you to know that Profit First concepts are not only applicable to small businesses.  Arron has been implementing the system in larger companies, and he's going to share the how, why and where when it comes to bringing these concepts to life in larger busin...

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"Cash is not king; cash flow is not king; CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT IS KING."

In this episode, David Richter shares his inspiration behind his new book, Profit First for Real Estate Investing. His goal is to help real estate investors stop living deal to deal and learn to manage their finances. He also discusses the fundamental changes or enhancements he made to the Profit First system for the Real Estate Investors.

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Has anyone ever tried to get out of a job or a career path, but just couldn't do it? Seth definitely has! He's tried to get out of accounting several times but stays because of the ever-changing personalities and the folks he meets. CPAs, bookkeepers, Enrolled Agents dealing with tax changes are the lifeblood of what makes business happen and Seth loves being a part of all of it.

Seth shares the significant c...

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There's a massive difference in implementing Profit First just by knowing the book versus directly working with a Profit First Professional, today's guest points out in this episode.

Kim Hickey, Director of Client Fulfillment at Automotive Training Institute (ATI), shares how her organization integrates Profit First. ATI offers outside certifications to their internal customers, and you'll learn why this ...

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Damon Yudichak just released his Profit First for Real Estate Agents book on January 25th, 2022. In today's episode, he will be sharing why realtors need Profit First in their businesses.

Most financial problems are the result of overspending. Damon uses the example of Bonnie & Clyde as the reason why most people struggle with money. Curious about it? Don't miss this episode, and learn more from today'...

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What is ZMOT (The Zero Moment of Truth) and how can your accounting practice use it? Paul Mackiewicz, an Army veteran and digital marketing professional who specializes in helping small businesses get a true understanding of their clients' behavior and uses that information to create highly effective digital marketing strategies, explains in today's episode.   If you want to know how you can bring core values...

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Join us for a conversation with Michael "Buzz" Buzinski, Founder & CMO of Buzzworthy Website Marketing, about digital marketing for accounting firms in 2022. Buzz shares with us his expertise on how to identify and market to the right prospects and simplifies marketing to them using The Rule of 26. Buzz also shares how to create a website that draws in your perfect client, how Search Engine Optimization (S...

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Join us for a conversation with our guest Edward Mendlowitz, CPA, Emeritus partner Withum, where he explains for us why staffing is the most critical aspect of managing an accounting firm today. Ed shares with us his insights on how to properly approach hiring for smaller firms, what these firms can do to attract and retain quality employees, and how to create the systems and processes necessary to train and support n...

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In this "best of" episode, "The definition of a client is someone that puts themselves under your protection." says our guest Mark Coudray, who shares his methods for turning customers into clients. Learn how to identify and monetize the lifetime value for your business, on this episode of The Grow My Accounting Practice Podcast. Note: This is a replay of Episode 207, which originally aired on 7/11/2019...

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“The best leaders in the world fight for the highest good of those they lead.”

So says Jeremie Kubicek, Founder and Executive Chairman of GiANT, a technology company focused on unlocking the potential of people, teams, and organizations. In this episode, Jeremie shares with us what entrepreneurs can do to support and challenge their employees, providing them with what they each need to grow to achieve their highest pot...

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Today we get the inside scoop on Good Food from industry expert and Profit First Professional Sarah Delevan. Sarah shares with us why Good Food is so important to her personally that she has built her consulting business around supporting Good Food entrepreneurs, what makes accounting and bookkeeping in the food industry both challenging and unique, and what food-business owners need to do to become and stay profitabl...

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