Stand ApartDiane Gardner & Dan Kennedy
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World leading experts reveal their secrets to help your business stand out from the crowd to achieve ultimate success.
Stand apart: a term that is applied more to success than to failure – for good reason. The people who stand apart in the New Economy are not the “same old, same old.” Instead of further explaining the meaning of – ‘to stand apart,’ it is useful to note the traits of those who stand apart in success:
- They are usually leaders who do not follow the herd.
- They make decisions quickly and don’t suffer from ‘analysis paralysis.’
- They take calculated risks.
- They understand that failure is a part of success and don’t offer excuses.
- They are creative when looking at both problems and opportunities.
- They understand the true meaning of giving and receiving.
The list goes on and on, but instead of merely creating a list, we have compiled practical advice from authors all around the world. This way, you can read for yourself the way that the Celebrity Experts® in this book, led by Dan Kennedy, stand apart. These are people who willingly share their knowledge and will guide and coach you to success in their fields. They have accomplished their goals and… stand apart! So, follow Celebrity Expert® leaders and Stand Apart – the rewards are there!!!! Tell them to stand closer apart. ~Samuel Goldwyn, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
How does an accountant stand apart you may ask? Is it the level of service provided, the amount of knowledge or experience the accountant has, marketing, or something else?
There are three areas that make my accounting practice stand apart from other accountants. These areas are:
- Personal touch
- Pro-active tax planning
- My growth strategy
Read the book as I expand on these areas, and share my tips on making your business succeed!
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