Goals give us direction. They create something to aim for and sets you on the path to success. If you didn’t accomplish what you had hoped in the last year, it might be because you set the wrong objectives or … Read More
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year for most people. But for some, it can cause tremendous stress. Thinking about all the work you need to get done, gifts to buy, holiday parties you don’t want to … Read More
We are gearing up to attend QuickBooks Connect next week. At the conference, we seek to meet people we can collaborate with for our business as well as those we can help support through our Ignite Program. Conferences are where magic can happen because you get to connect with people from all over the world who can potentially help you leverage your practice to take it to the next level. The relationships we make by spending time with other experts, help us learn from the experiences of others and find ways to innovate what we do.
Imagine being able to manage your practice from anywhere; even an island in the tropics. Today, you can. As I was writing this post, I began thinking about our very own clients, none of which I’ve never actually met in person. I’ve never even met my business partners in person. Online has changed the way we do business, both for our clients and for us.
We believe that the skills we train our staff to master should be shared with our audience. This is what we mean by “Eating Your Own Dogfood.” Today, our #DailyIgnite will be a great post we use internally to help our team draft and publish blog posts on TooLegitToAudit. We think it applies to everyone with a blog, so we wrote it and shared it publicly.
Opportunity cost comes in many different shapes and forms. Generally, opportunity cost just means choosing the better alternative. As it relates to systematizing your daily life that could mean saving you time, making you more money, helping you avoid risk all while benefiting your health. Here we give you seven tips to help you design a systemized lifestyle for reaping these benefits daily.
Happiness is a choice. It is not always easy. Many people think that it is easy to be happy when you are successful. While you naturally feel happy when your career, relationships, finances are all going well, gratitude is the key factor in achieving success. There is no need to step on others to get to the top. Learn how becoming a nicer person will make you stronger in business and more successful.
Whenever you log on to your computer there will be an application, file, notification, and website competing for your attention. Most are specifically designed to keep you coming back for more by appealing to our emotions with some applications amassing billions of users and dozens of hours of your time. I think most people with access to the internet tend to get distracted very easily with a new post on Facebook or lost in our inbox. Let’s remedy this once in for all!
Successful people do the things that others don’t want to do. Building a booming business doesn’t happen overnight. First, stop comparing yourself to others. You can’t compare your day one with someone else who is in year five. If you are not where you want to be in your business, you need to make a change. Here are some common characteristics many successful people around the world have in common.
Beware of your cable company right now. They are usually also your Internet provider. Recently, many Internet companies have started charging usage fees. This means that the unlimited package you signed up, no has limits. To make matters worse, if you pay an exorbitant fee to upgrade back to unlimited, you will just pay more. But, do it on time, or you will incur usage charges at far more than the new rate.
As a busy entrepreneur, self-care is not always on the agenda, but it is critically important to maintaining a healthy work-life balance. My self-care rituals often take a backseat when I get really busy. Despite my best efforts, I find … Read More
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