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.
Simplicity Is One of the Keys to Leadership Success I was slow to learn this lesson. I wanted to over-complicate things and move my agenda at a super-fast pace. Now there’s nothing wrong with executing your tax business’s strategic plan as quickly as possible. Again, issues arise when the execution is not broken down into simple, doable steps for others …
During tax season you have to live in NOW TIME. YOU MUST CONFRONT PROBLEMS HEAD ON AND SOLVE THEM OR THEY COST YOU MONEY! (Problems don’t usually fix themselves. They usually get worse by not dealing with them.)
Decide now what your ultimate goal is and plan your systems around it. No matter where you are now in your tax business, you can start “delegating yourself right out of a job” today! This is the ultimate way to run a business.