Practice Tip: Aiming for satisfaction

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I'm not sure who said "failing to plan is to plan to fail" but I think they were right. That's why I'm going to concentrate on practice planning for a while.

Business plans are one of the products that many firms of accountants suggest they can offer. And yet it is my experience that most firms of accountants do not have a business plan. Is it surprising as a result that so many practitioners appear so dissatisfied with their lot? How can you be satisfied if you have set no criteria that let you recognise it, nor taken reasonable steps to ensure those criteria are both reasonable and capable of fulfilment?

I cannot emphasis enough though that anyone involved in planning a practice should first of all be aware of their own personal motivations. I have already written about this and suggest it...

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