The comments on My Day blog by mrme and Glennzy made me think about succession planning for my practice.
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Friday 21 August
Please allow me, once again, to go on about Digita implementation. We are so nearly there now. Post implementation. I will talk less about Digita.
In my previous life, many years ago, I worked in internal audit for some years and rose up to the rank of an audit manager. Here, like many other businesses, my time and skill were sold. Allocating time to admin was questioned.
Friday 14 August
TGIF! I am exhausted. I went catch up my sleep and just chill over the weekend. It was a tough week.
As I mentioned in My Day blog, I am thinking more and more about setting minimum fee level. I would like to explore this option further here.
Friday 7 August
RDP (remote desktop protocol) is set up and works well! RDP needs a fast broadband for it to work well.Our office broadband is one of the fast business broadband.
I can put down July as my most stressful month of 2015. One of the key reasons for this was because I was without my employee. To add to the stress level, I decided to look into integrated software.
If you are a practice owner, I have no doubt you know, it is not easy to build a client base. Especially in your early days of practice when you do not have a sound referral network.
Fr r r ri day 31 July
I am pleased all the Digita software is now installed on both the PCs. Digita support were helpful with this aspect. It took some time.
We all know about the downward pressure on fees, increasing staff costs, annual increases in rent and software costs. Not forgetting, virtually zero barriers to trade. To add to all this, our professional bodies making demands on us from their subscriptions funded comfortable world.