Your tax practice should reflect your deepest values and priorities. Your tax practice should be a tool to accomplish whatever it is in life that is most important to you.
So, do you control your tax practice, or does your business control you?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it –> Build a Better Tax Firm
I’m a firm believer that, as tax professionals, we have a profound opportunity to live a life that most people only dream about. As a CPA, tax attorney, or Enrolled Agent, you have a magical ticket to anywhere you want to go. That license to practice allows you to offer a wide variety of lucrative services to clients, to choose how and when you work, who with, and from where. I don’t know of any other professional service that allows somebody the freedom to choose their desired lifestyle in the same way that ours does.
When you take firm control of your tax practice, you get to choose:
- How much income you want to earn.
- How many hours you want to work.
- Where you want to work, including on a beach sipping a mai-tai.
- Precisely what services you offer, and which services you dislike and don’t offer.
- The kind of clients you want to work with…and those you don’t.
Your tax practice is a vehicle to living the lifestyle you want. Your practice should be putty in your hands, malleable to whatever condition you want it to be.
If your tax practice isn’t what you want it to be, then it’s up to you to change it.
Everybody’s idea of the “ideal” tax practice is different. Whether your goal is an eight-figure annual revenue with twenty staff members, or a six-figure tax practice with just yourself working half-days from the beach, you can have the tax practice you want.
On this web site, the podcast, on webinars, and in seminars… I’d like to share with you the story of how I created my own ideal tax practice, and how it allows me to explore the world and go on zany adventures. Along the way, you’ll also discover how you can create a tax practice that does whatever it is you want it to do.
To change your life, change your tax practice.