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7 Habits of successful Accountants

Now that January is behind us, we can breathe a sigh of relief. February for many is the time that we start looking ahead and start making some important decisions for 2017.

Planning can be difficult, challenging, expensive and distracting – so it makes sense to consider what others are doing in our sector that works. What are the habits of other successful accountants, and are there any habits, traits or processes that you can copy and replicate?

Get this right and it means you don’t have to innovate, don’t have the risk of them not working and what you choose to implement, you can have complete confidence knowing it’s already working for others.

Presenter David Oliver has met, spoken with, and trained over 200,000 accountants. Some are frustrated, fed up and have given up; others are tired, worn out and drained. He’s met with the bossy, loud and angry and some happy and highly successful. These successful, happy accountants are not singularly defined by one sector or size, rather, what sets them apart are habits – things they do differently.

Ruthlessly condensed into 7 habits

We’ve deliberately condensed this into the 7 habits we believe are going to make the most difference to your firm. So, when designing this web-event we immediately disregarded anything we didn’t believe in, binned ideas that weren’t ‘practice critical’ and challenged each of the remaining ideas.

The result? Its’s shaped the content for this idea rich, 30-minute web event where you discover ‘7 habits of successful accountants’ every profitable firm will utilise over the next 12 months.

Plus, your free education pack when you attend – you will also benefit from:

  • Your questions answered on the spot – in a live Q&A
  • Full recording of the web-event delivered to your inbox
  • PDF copy of the slides for your ongoing learning
  • Your copy of the 38 page ebook ‘A lighthouse in the digital fog’

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