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Ron Baker and Ed Kless are coming to Greenville, SC on October 28th and 29th to present the Firm of the Future Symposium!Normally this event would be around

$2500 per person (and worth every penny).  However, as a one year birthday gift to the THRIVEal +CPA Network, Ron and Ed are offering a special price of $850 per person. Ron and Ed have been preaching their message to the Accounting, Legal, Technology, Advertising, and Consulting professions for many years. Firms are being changed and Futures are being created right in this very event! This is the last Firm of the Future Symposium for 2011, so you won’t want to miss out!

You can learn more and register online here!

In addition to the conference, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte, hosts of the edgy new THRIVEcast, will be recording a LIVE podcast with audience participation on Friday evening at Zen Greenville. Guaranteed fun!

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Wow! What a great call!

In my opinion, the topic of knowledge sharing is undiscovered in the accounting industry. In the world of financial advisors and bankers, knowledge sharing is used as part of the culture. Why are we still all “grey suits” in this area? How effective is our cloud without knowledge sharing?

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Wow! What a great call!

In my opinion, the topic of knowledge sharing is undiscovered in the accounting industry. In the world of financial advisors and bankers, knowledge sharing is used as part of the culture. Why are we still all “grey suits” in this area? How effective is our cloud without knowledge sharing?

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Holy Moley what a call!  The latest Thriveal community call took place Tuesday, June 28th, and the topic was client selection.  An amazing group of professionals shared their experience on a topic that I struggle with.Client selection to me has not meant much in the past.  Based on my experience, I have drawn a line in the sand on who I will and will not work with.  The “will not work with” list was developed based on some pretty crappy endings to client relationships.  More specifically, they did not pay.  Here are three points to consider when selecting a new client.