Why do accountants need mentoring and coaching?

Who says you gotta work 5 days a week 9-5?  

Heck, some of you work longer hours and even Saturdays and Sundays, right?

Working hard is actually a good thing, there is no shame in it.

If you have a project and you need to get something done, roll your sleeves up and do the bloody work!

But what happens when the work is just the work and it becomes the routine?

What happens if you find yourself  pushing, growing your business and being stretched and pulled from every direction by clients, by staff, technology and legislation, something eventually will break.

But, it doesn't have to be like this.

With good mentoring and coaching, someone to show you the steps, help you through it, you can make some significant differences to your life, we call this personal sovereignty - doing what you want, when you want, with whom you want...

Sure you might want to or have to work, but why not build a business that allows you to choose when and what sort of work and of course at the fees you deserve.

Watch what Vicki and me have to say above, and if you want to find out more, you can instant help if you book a call...

Kev Whitehouse

I live in Dorset with the gorgeous Vicki, we've got 4 grown-up children, a dog called Eddie and a stupid cat!. I'm an accountant just like you and have built a practice that has no UK staff, no office and never runs to other people's deadlines or their stresses. My practice provides us with a full-time income on part-time input leaving me time to pursue other interests, one of which is I want to help Sole Practitioners just starting out to avoid the pain and suffering I went through when I first started prime entry.