Has your backlog grown to be about more than just a list of past due items? Is it starting to affect the way you feel about your work, your abilities, your future? Has your experience with backlog paralysis even affected how much you feel you deserve even the basics - like free time? a vacation? even a fair pricing structure and the right to say "No"?
If you are like me, you struggle with an ever growing list of follow up tasks and action items. I have tried using numerous different task management applications, I have tried calendar blocking, I even tried wishing on a star.
During this week’s session we are joined by Kristen Nies Ciraldo and Richard Roberts-Roppa we discuss the root causes of procrastination and how to tackle a growing backlog of tasks.
A rapidly growing discussion for small business owners is how they can find/hire new employees using technology. Additionally, can those new hires be screened for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit? (WOTC)
During this week’s episode, Jan Breuls-Dorang joins us to discuss the importance of setting client expectations. Jan will share with us how she establishes proper boundaries at the beginning of the relationship and how she manages their expectations.
This session is packed full of valuable information no matter how far into the journey you may already be.
This week I am excited to have Jan Breuls-Dorang join us for Weekly Sessions in QB Community Live!
I believe this weeks topic will be one that everyone can relate with!
The importance of setting client boundaries and expectations!
Expert speaker trainer Misty Megia will use strategies from the theatre world to improve your communication skills. This alignment will help you uncover the next ideal client, build a steady stream of prospects, and give you the confidence to know the value you bring to the world is worth sharing.
QB Power Hour is a free, biweekly webinar series for Accountants, ProAdvisors, CPAs, Bookkeepers and QuickBooks Consultants presented by Michelle Long, CPA and Dan DeLong who are very passionate about the industry, QuickBooks and apps that integrate with QuickBooks.
During this week’s episode Tonya Schulte joins us to review a new application called Scribe that helps her capture the different steps of her workflow.
Matthew Fulton talks about the CalSavers program which requires California business owners to establish retirement accounts for their employees.