Progress happens fast when I coach accounting firms. The average profit improvement in year one of the firms I coach is 93%. Most don’t believe me and that’s fine.
Already 434 Accounting firms have experienced an increase of more than $850M in profit. In July this year I started coaching a small number of firms. Last week I interviewed 8 of the firms who got started in July. All 8 had record quarters and implemented all sorts of cool initiatives.
When you watch the highlights video you’ll hear from (in order):
  • John Harvard, Florida. 15 person firm. Record financial quarter and what he didn’t say was that for the first time ever he did not work a weekend during ‘busy season’
  • Hunt Demarest, Maryland. 19 person firm. Record quarter and what he didn’t say was that he has also been accepting clients all over North America the past 90 days
  • Kevin Cloward, California. 12 person firm. Record quarter with 55% profit margin and what he didn’t say was he made 50% of the 2017 profit in the last 90 days
  • Karl Grimmett, Utah. 14 person firm. Record quarter and what he didn’t say is that he’s got 122 sales meetings booked up between now and December 31. Watch out next qtr!
  • Mackey McNeill, Kentucky. 8 person firm. Record quarter and what she didn’t say was she was nearly triple her targeted profit margin for the quarter
  • Jon Neal, Wisconsin. 6 person firm. Record quarter and what he didn’t say was that he made more in the last quarter than he did in all of 2017.
  • Paula Field, Texas. 6 person firm. Record quarter and what she didn’t say was that she implemented 14 key projects that got her to $186K for the quarter versus $110K for all of 2017
  • Jerry Morey, California. 5 person firm. Record quarter and what he didn’t say was he’s 63% up on his (already ambitious) projected profit for the quarter.
They are all part of my Mastermind coaching program. As Sandra said last week “we’ve been kicking butts and taking names”. Nothing illegal. Nothing difficult. Just solid business help. As Jon Neale said on Friday “it was easier than I thought it would be”.