Episode 79. In today’s practical episode, “Postcards From Practice – Achievements Accountants Can Emulate”.
Martin Bissett shares a letter from an accounting practitioner outlining some of their major achievements in the last year, and asks what stops other professionals doing similar things.
Key takeaways from this episode include:
✓ The evolution of ‘here’s what works’ on this podcast and why we are featuring ‘stories from the road’ on what practitioners are reporting
✓ The importance of evidence based tips that really work rather than theories and ideas
✓ Examples of what an accounting practitioner has actually done in 12 months
✓ The difference between talking about things and doing it for accounting professionals
✓ The importance for accountants and CPAs of ditching your worst ‘grade D’ clients
✓ The biggest potential growth area for an accounting professional who is willing to learn, seek coaching and take action
✓ A reminder of what kind of self talk undermines the professional achievements of accountants and CPAs
✓ Debating who is in a better position to effect change – the sole accounting practitioner or the employed accounting practitioner
✓ Why everyone is responsible for their own achievements and success, especially in accountancy
✓ What accountants must start doing if they’re going to truly achieve their goals and achieve big things
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