During tax season especially, I’ve noticed tax professionals love to be active, but in their busyness they don’t accomplish as much as they think they do. If you could do nothing else but cut 50% of your activity disguised as accomplishment, your profits would skyrocket and you’d have all the time you needed to do the things you say …
SUCCESS = 5% Good Ideas / 95% Execution
Good ideas don’t make tax businesses great. Ninety-five percent of your time should be spent on executing the good ideas by focusing on communication, accountability and using wisdom in your time management.
Real Tax Business Success: Tax Marketing Lesson 28 – Negotiation and Accountability
It is really important to BUY your advertising media at the best price possible. The better deal you get, the more pressure you take off your marketing and the higher the chances are for success.