Your Accounting firm has achieved peak performance. You have the capacity to take on loads of client projects. But, you only work 40 hours a week and take the weekends off with family and friends.
You always deliver high-quality work before deadlines, and your clients love you for it so they pay you accordingly and on time, if not upfront! Profits are through the roof, cashflow is consistent and revenue grows each month.
You’ve built a great business. You help your clients build great businesses so the local economy flourishes. You are admired and respected by peers and absolutely loved by clients.
You’ve changed your life as well as those of your clients for the better. You feel like you’re on top of the world.
You’ve realized your dream of building ‘The Perfect Firm’.
Back in the real world, a vast majority of Accounting businesses are built by default. Come to think of it, there’s not one Accountant that has built a firm that would be considered truly ideal across all aspects of business.
Limits are set by circumstances. Whether it be time, people, finances et cetera, there are always factors that would affect how you start and continue to grow your Accounting business. But aren’t all challenges in life, career and business filled with roadblocks and pitfalls?
Thing is, this shouldn’t stop you from achieving what you first set out to do – build the firm you want. It all boils down to three things: Planning, planning and planning. Given the chance to design a firm from the ground up, would it be a far cry from what you have now?
Initially, Accountants are usually driven by the necessity to build a business that would earn instantly. This shouldn’t be the case. Meticulous planning goes a long way to ensuring a stable and sustainably successful Accounting business.
Some would say that chasing perfection is pointless. No one can be perfect. The perfect firm is just a pipe dream. Others would even argue that “perfect is subjective.”
PERFECT IS YOUR DEFINITION OF IT. Let’s put this into perspective. If you ask the founders of Google, Apple or Microsoft if they dreamt of the success they are basking in now, the answer would be “No.” From humble beginnings, they were able to build great businesses and fulfill their dreams. This is what it is. The ideology of ‘The Perfect Firm’ is your aspiration that, with wise planning, will be the embodiment of YOUR dream, to the point where you are living out YOUR potential.
Yes, there is always room for improvement. Yes, you can stumble along the way. But, if you prepare yourself for possible eventualities and surround yourself with the right accountability and tools to get you there, nothing will stop you from realizing your dream – your version of perfect. Nothing is impossible!
Now, one last time, IMAGINE what it would be like to have ‘The Perfect Firm’.
What if you can make this a reality? Are you ready for it? Take the first step that hundreds of firms across the globe have taken to achieve an average increased profit of 75.5%, enhanced capacity of 30.6% and sustainable revenue growth of 52.1% in 12 months or less.