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(Give Yourself) The Gift of Good Business for the Next Decade
Yes, it asks questions about your business like what kind it is, what state(s) you operate in, your revenues, status of tax filings, who does what in the finance functions, etc, but also covers key details like a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats).
Next, we learn about your life goals… not just for your business, but how your business fuels your life’s passions and dreams. 1, 3, 5, 10 and even 20 years. After all, that IS why you are working, right? Finally, we discuss your communication styles and preferences so we are both comfortable with how we will play together going forward. Ninety-five percent of preventable challenges stem from miscommunication.
The 3 Best Books The Wealthy Accountant Read this Year
Reading is the foundation of every form of wealth: mental, spiritual and financial. There is even an argument to be made that reading good books is good for you physically, as you can learn to eat better and exercise more productively.
Books are the cornerstone of knowledge. The more you immerse yourself in quality material, the better decisions you can make.
Focusing on only recently published books is a mistake. Avoiding novels is also an error. A well rounded education comes from digesting material from all genres, even topics you normally find uninteresting. Even fiction can teach us plenty about the world around us and ourselves.
How to Pay Another’s Debt
It started with the popular current activity of paying for the person behind you in the checkout line or fast food drive-through. It certainly is fine gesture of goodwill. I rarely eat at fast food restaurants, but started to wonder what I would do if my meal were paid for. Would I pay for the person behind me if there was someone behind me in line to keep the cycle going?