How to build a practice that can (almost) run without you with Paul Barnes
How to build a practice that can (almost) run without you
Is your firm overly dependent on you?
Do you feel that you are over working?
In this podcast, I was joined by Paul Barnes and he speaks about how to systemise your practice so it can run (almost) without you with Paul Barnes.
Listen to this podcast to learn how you can do the same for your firm.
When it comes to a running a successful accounting firm there are only 4 things that move the needle forward i.e pricing, positioning, process and people. In this episode we have focused on getting your positioning right. To know more about the other three pillars hear my other podcasts here.
Once you get these 4 pillars sorted, you will have a successful accounting firm.
Time-stamped show notes
[1:47] Introduction to Paul and his accounting journey
[7:16] When did you first realise that you needed to systemise your firm in order for it to be able to run without you
[9:16] How long after starting MAP did Paul take up his first hire
[11:10] How Paul first started to get his systems right
[13:02] What inspired Paul to create a system
[16:02] How Paul trains his team to ensure that they keep building the system.
[18:55] The way that Paul uses to create his systems
[22:33] How Paul deals with objections from his team when it comes to building systems
[24:26] The benefits of having a systems
[28:02] The systems Paul has in place
[30:03] System that Paul uses for onboarding
[32:28] Software used by Paul for his firm
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