Do you know the secrets to easier profits in your accounting practice?

Do you know the secrets to easier profits in your accounting practice?

It’s super-easy to grow your business as big as you want and without struggle.   All you need to know is the right set of skills.  Unfortunately, they’re not accounting skills – they are practice management skills.  And that’s one secret to growing a business that most entrepreneurs never learn.  

There is a second secret:  that it’s not that hard to learn these practice management skills.    The problem is most people don’t know that that’s what will help them leapfrog their revenue and serve their clients better. 

I’d really like to share these secrets and more practice growthGrow your accounting business ideas with all of you in the accounting profession.  The reason is, I know that when accounting professionals become empowered with this knowledge, they will be able to impact their clients.  When both you and your clients can improve your business results, we can actually make a nice dent in the economy and improve a lot of people’s lives.  And I am really jazzed about that possibility.   

If you’re jazzed too, Sandi Smith Leyva and I would like to invite you to our complimentary webinar, “6 Steps to Easier Profits and Better Service in Your Accounting or Consulting Practice.”

It’s on May 2 at 9AM PT, Noon ET.  But even if you have a conflict, we’re asking you to clear your calendars and start doing your part to make a difference in the lives of others.    

Space is limited, and this webinar will not be repeated.  

Find out more and register right now:

I hope you’ll join us on May 2 for this valuable information.  

To your success,


P.S. Feel free to invite a friend or client, but be sure to reserve your spot first.

One thought on “Do you know the secrets to easier profits in your accounting practice?

  1. Thelma Walker

    This is so true, Michelle. Accounting only gives the numbers for management to analyze. Without practice management performing their necessary duties, any business, whether accounting or clients, can easily ‘grow broke.’ Hopefully, businesses will join Vcon as a means to help themselves and others; thereby, helping the economy which helps everybody.

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