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In the Trenches videos are brought to you by Bill.com and The THRIVEal +CPA Network.

Nate Morrison of the Canadian accounting firm Provision Accounting Group shares how he is working In The Trenches.

(Our apologies to Nate – we have no idea what happened to our camera toward the end of the video.  You’ll notice the video looked fine at the beginning and then turned orange toward the end.)

Category:
Business, In The Trenches
Comments:
4
  • On 07-19-2012 at 11:22 am, Peter said:

    Thanks Jason and Nate, especially for the bold direction and the recommendation about Solve 360. Peter

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  • On 07-19-2012 at 9:48 pm, Julie said:

    Thanks for sharing the information. I’m a one person firm right now but am seriously considering hiring someone as I spend too much time on the accounting input, data entry work I could easily delegate.

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    • Jason Blumer

      On 07-19-2012 at 10:23 pm, thriveal said:

      Julie, thanks for reading. I hope our new “In The Trenches” series (released every Thursday) is helping you. Feel free to inquire about joining our THRIVEal +CPA Network. We could support you in your growth. In fact, we have a two hour seminar coming up in September on hiring.

      Email Jennifer Blumer, Community Manager of THRIVEal for more info on becoming a member: [email protected]. Thanks!!

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  • On 07-20-2012 at 11:38 am, Melinda Guillemette said:

    Nate and others from In the Trenches give me great hope for the future. Notice how Nate said “hire hot-shit people with a passion for building relationships.” He did NOT say “Hire really good technical people with the highest GPA you can afford who enjoy creating spreadsheets.” If practitioners can do that, they and the people they hire will transform the profession.

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