Never Talk Directly to Clients About Cash Flow, and Other Secrets From the Cash Flow Queen | Martha Yasso

"Clients value that. They will pay for that person that's going to listen and provide... That's all your clients want, they want it off their plate, and that's freeing. That gets them focused again on what they need to do, which is their creativity." – Martha Yasso, Yasso Books Today I’m speaking with Martha [...]

2021-03-06T10:26:35+10:00February 18th, 2021|0 Comments

A Restaurant Solutionist Creating Magical Client Experiences | Kristen Nies Ciraldo

"There’s something in our social connectivity that is enhanced by the act of sharing food, in my opinion, and it’s why we need independent restaurants particularly." – Kristen Nies Ciraldo, The Friday Guide. Today I’m speaking with Kristen Nies Ciraldo, Cloud Advisor and Restaurant Solutionist of the Friday Guide. In this episode, we talk [...]

2021-03-04T11:56:17+10:00November 26th, 2020|0 Comments

Why an Accountant Started a Bookkeeping Business | Meryl Johnston

"One of my beliefs is about setting an example. I am always reading, listening to podcasts, learning, thinking about things...I also try and convey that to the team to build that environment of learning. We also have three core values in my team and one is to be always growing, which is about always [...]

2021-05-09T00:32:45+10:00November 19th, 2020|0 Comments

Accountants empowering their client base through podcasting | Tim Garth and Dan Osborne

"What we want is for our customers to be able to take the bull by the horns with their own information, their own understanding, and make some decisions, and grow their business." –Tim Garth and Dan Osborne, CATS Accountants. Today I’m speaking with Tim Garth and Dan Osborne co-hosts of Two Drunk Accountants podcast [...]

2021-05-09T00:37:05+10:00November 12th, 2020|0 Comments

How hosting a podcast helped this bookkeeper develop active listening skills | Alexi Boyd

"This is the advice we give to all of our clients. Get the business name nailed, get the business name registered under your umbrella or whatever organisations you are, do that super quick, so you don’t lose that. And then immediately go through all the socials and grab all of that name everywhere." – [...]

2021-05-09T00:46:56+10:00November 5th, 2020|0 Comments

20 Trends Changing the World of Work and Transforming the Nature of Careers in Accountancy | Kevin Fitzgerald FCCA

Subscribe to the Accounting Apps newsletter here. Kevin can you share with us a bit about your background? Kevin:               Yes, and thank you for having me. It's always good to catch up with you. And I know we've caught up in multiple continents over the years, so it's [...]

2021-03-30T17:02:21+10:00October 15th, 2020|1 Comment

The Future of The Accounting Profession | Kenji Kuramoto

"One opportunity this pandemic did give us is it has allowed us to bring people together from all over the world. That is what we have here today truly a gathering of some of the top minds in the profession from around the world to give us some insights into what they think they [...]

2021-03-04T12:03:15+10:00October 8th, 2020|0 Comments

Has a black swan event changed this Evangelists views on niching? | David Leary

"Ultimately, if you're in the small business space and you're building an app that adds on to either QuickBooks or Xero, you're building apps really for accountants. You can't just build it for small business only and take the accountant out of the equation. They have to be a part of your equation and [...]

2021-05-14T01:45:21+10:00September 17th, 2020|0 Comments

Building a multi-disciplinary professional services business | John Knight

'Mongolia was about me taking myself out of my comfort zone. That was about me stretching myself to think differently. That was about having a bit of a breather, and climbing a mountain in Mongolia is one way to get a bit of a different perspective on the world. It took me out of [...]

2021-05-14T02:05:49+10:00August 24th, 2020|0 Comments

Bridging the People Advisory gap | Will Lopez

I just believe it's actually the personal side of the profession. When you look at GL advisory, a lot of the deliverables are around an impersonal deliverable. We're looking at forecasting, we're telling the numbers and secondary to those numbers are people. Same thing with apps. We're talking about automation, we're talking about integration, [...]

2021-05-14T02:14:50+10:00July 31st, 2020|0 Comments
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