The number of commercial blogs on AW is on the up. I would not mind this, if the content of these blogs went beyond promoting whatever that is being flogged.
Small Practice Blog
This blog is intended to show the highs and lows I face day-to-day working as an ambitious and highly driven small practice owner.
My blogs will be both professional and personal. What happens in my personal life affects my professional life and vice versa.
Just covering one aspect and not the other means that I will not learn how to improve and change.
My key motivation for blogging is constant and never ending improvement. Writing helps me to do this.
I hope you find my blogs of some interest.
I really wanted to attend Accountex event today. I did not since I wanted to catch up with work. I ended up not doing a single thing in the office today.
Following on from my last blog post on the client I lost, I now know who the client has chosen as their next accountant.
Whilst working away on a lovely sunny day yesterday, I was not happy to receive an email from a freelancer client saying that he is moving on.
I had the last couple days off work. I am back in the office this morning refreshed and a little over whelmed on work that I need to do.
According the recent figures from The Office of National Statistics (a highly reliable source) being married is 20 times more important to a person's well-being than their earnings, and 13 times more important than owning a home. Meaning to be happier you need be married.
We will soon be entering June - a half way mark to the end of 2013. Yikes!
It is shocking how time is just flying by. Where have the past 5 months gone! What have I have done to achieve my goals? Are things better than last year?
Perhaps I should consider a move on from accountancy and tax. I don't live it, like many lovely people here do.
A few months ago whist driving to a supermarket and approaching a roundabout I noticed what I thought was increadibly effective advertising.
I am on the tube on my way back to the office after a Xero seminar in London. Typing on my mobile device and reflecting on what is it that I love about my current position.
Financially I am far worse off compared to my well above average salary at the time I left employment.