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I told you about the importance of phone calls – and why you should NEVER charge for one.
Of course, while you can’t avoid phone calls from your clients, you can’t spend hours on the phone either. But, how to avoid excess communication and still show your customers that you care?
How often do you find yourself working way more than you charged for?
If you work long hours, delegate very little, and do work that you don’t charge a proper amount for, you’re making the three mistakes that are killing most accounting businesses.
In fact, these are one of the most common problems that keep the people who come to me for help from growing. The good news is, your accounting firm doesn’t have to look like that forever.
Tackling the price increase conundrum is pretty scary business. With these tips, you’ll build the courage to do it.
How open are you to making changes in your firm?
I think it’s an important question. Change requires upheaval. It requires you to throw a wrench in the works and mess with the status quo.
Becoming an effective salesperson as an accountant can take time – especially if you try to master all the nuances of a sales process.
Thankfully, the more you succeed the easier it should be for you to build on that success, right? In the end, we all know that success is a tremendous confidence booster.
The problem is, way too often we tend to underestimate the value of our achievements.
What’s one of the biggest time suckers for every accountant?
Trying to solve difficult problems where there’s more guessing than actual work.
This is where clear communication with your client can help you.
In the end, why should you be doing all the guesswork, if a 5-minute phone call could save you hours of your time?