Clicky

Deeper Weekend 2014

Be wowed by our blog

Consider this

Choose your favorite writer

  • Adrian Simmons
    Adrian Simmons
  • Bryan Coleman
    Bryan Coleman
  • Greg Kyte
    Greg Kyte
  • guestblogger
  • Jason Blumer
    Jason Blumer
  • Jennifer Blumer
    Jennifer Blumer
  • Scott Kregel
    Scott Kregel

Last week, I wrote about the Builder Level of Thriveal. This week, I want to share about the Craftsman level. This is where the magic happens. It’s our middle level, and the one I recommend to most people asking about Thriveal.

Craftsman level members get everything Builders get. This includes some Thriveal swag, community calls, LinkedIn group access, Icon access, use of our logo on their websites, and attendance at all Software Week demos.

What else do the Craftsman Level members get?

Read more

Category:
Behind The Scenes
Comments:
0

REFM -  Adrian Photo Square - CATOBThe problem of our age is too much choice.

Endless possibilities are endless. Technology lifts limits, but provides no direction. The land of opportunity is all potential.

The result: dissipated energy.

“A large part of the beauty of a picture arises from the struggle which an artist wages with his limited medium.” -Henri Matisse

Read more

Category:
Other Thoughts, Personal Growth
Comments:
0

I’ve mentioned before that Thriveal has three levels of membership. You can be an Artisan, a Craftsman, or a Builder. Let’s talk about Builders today.

A Builder can be an accountant at any level working in an accounting or CPA firm. Ideally, they would hope to be owners one day, and many times, they already are.

What do Builders get with their membership?

Read more

Category:
Behind The Scenes
Comments:
0

700_0661Good customers demonstrate certain behaviors as they work with your company. I’ll list some of the behaviors of our great customers. I call them Investment Behaviors because they demonstrate behaviors from customers who are invested in your firm.

1. Invested customers tell you how you can improve, with a caveat that they still love you. This is common. We ask our customers to pay us to deliver super value to them. I think we pull that off… most of the time. And when we don’t, our customers typically let us know: “Hey, you guys know I love you and that you are awesome, but you need to step it up here.” We improve because they tell us specifically how to improve.

Read more

Category:
CPA firm, Marketing and Branding
Comments:
3