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I believe (after working with and observing over 5000 businesses) that there are a few key factors…factors that anyone who is willing can understand and implement.

It’s not that people don’t know what to do; it’s just that they don’t know how to do it.

Creating a successful business requires know-how. A special kind of know-how…not taught in universities or business schools. I’m talking about know how you learn through trial and error.



It’s the know-how the following well-known people acquired after much trial and error…

Not only do we need know-how, we also need attitude…we must have a can-do attitude to have any chance of success.

We also need some sort of philosophy of what business is all about…this is mine:

1. Coming up with new and useful product ideas
2. Selling those products profitably
3. Managing processes and procedures efficiently
4. Finding great employees to do the work
5. Getting people, procedures, products and promotions going.

 So why do some business owners almost, always out-perform their competition…well, it’s simple: They have know-how; they have a can-do attitude and they have a philosophy of what business is all about…then THEY DO IT.

While Ford is today known for his innovative assembly line and American-made cars, he wasn’t an instant success. In fact, his early businesses failed and left him broke five times before he founded the successful Ford Motor Company.
Most people are familiar with this large department store chain, but Macy didn’t always have it easy. Macy started seven failed businesses before finally hitting big with his store in New York City.
Some may not know this name today, but Woolworth was once one of the biggest names in department stores in the U.S. Before starting his own business, young Woolworth worked at a dry goods store and was not allowed to wait on customers because his boss said he lacked the sense needed to do so.
The billion-dollar business that is Honda, began with a series of failures and fortunate turns of luck. Honda was turned down by the Toyota Motor Corporation after interviewing for a job as an engineer, leaving him jobless for quite some time. He started making scooters of his own at home, and spurred on by his neighbours, finally started his own business.
You may not have heard of Morita but you’ve undoubtedly heard of his company, Sony. Sony’s first product was a rice cooker that unfortunately it didn’t cook rice so much as burn it, selling less than 100 units. This first setback didn’t stop Morita and his partners as they pushed forward to create a multi-billion dollar company.
Gates didn’t seem like a shoe-in for success after dropping out of Harvard and starting a failed first business with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen called Traf-O-Data. While this early idea didn’t work, Gates’ later work did, creating the global empire that is Microsoft.
Perhaps better known as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame, Sanders had a hard time selling his chicken at first. In fact, his famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it.
Today Disney rakes in billions from merchandise, movies and theme parks around the world, but Walt Disney himself had a bit of a rough start. He was fired by a newspaper editor because, “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn’t last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. He kept plugging along, however, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.

So, here’s what we do…

We work with accountants and their clients and show them HOW to grow their business…we’ve been doing it since 2001 …50 firms, 5000 + business clients – 30,000 people…and its picking up speed…

This is not a gimmick/it’s not a fad/ it’s not a sales pitch….if an accountant or a business owner says they’ve heard all of this before – they’re wrong – unless they’ve been to one of our programs. This stuff actually works…and therefore we guarantee it.

If you’re an accountant or business owner and what you’re doing now is working, then keep doing it and simply ‘ramp it up.’

If it’s not and your willing to try something different – something that’s worked for 50 firms or more and 5000 business owners or more, then please read on…

This is either for you or it’s not. This is not about wasting each other’s time.

  • We teach you how to market your business, how to extend your brand, how to create an outstanding point of difference and how to deliver ‘uplifting service.’
  • We show you how to increase your revenue from existing clients, how to improve their retention rate and how to ask and get referrals
  • We show you how to identify, attract, get and keep more of their ideal clients.
  • We teach you how to sell. We teach you how to prospect, how to qualify and how to get the business. Over 200 accountants have been through our programs.
  • We work with your clients – over 30,000 people and 5000 businesses – and show them how to grow their business and go to the NEXT LEVEL
  • We show them how to build strong centres of influence and alliances. For example, we have a proven method that guarantees a consistent flow of quality leads from accounting firms to financial planners
  • We show accountants and their clients how to get more out of everything they’ve got

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