Listen: Chuck Bauer on How to Turn Your Accounting Firm Around in 6 Months

Hosted by David Cristello of Growing Your Firm Podcast

In this interview with David Cristello of the Growing Your Firm Podcast, Chuck Bauer discusses how to generate more revenue for your accounting firm, why so many CPAs end up with health problems from stress, and the importance of setting client expectations. Looking to turn your accounting firm around in six months? This podcast should be the first thing you listen to!

Key Takeaways from This Podcast

  • Focus On Efficiencies
  • Seek Out Interruptions And Kill Them
  • Measure The Right Things More Often
  • Set Expectations And Make It Easy For Clients To Follow Them
  • Handle Your Emotions And Health
  • Automate Your Procedures As Much As Possible

Chuck Bauer is a sales trainer and business trainer who works with accounting companies to make their business practices efficient. In addition to these key takeaways, there are a ton of other efficiency hacks that he shared with Growing Your Firm. Listen to the podcast to get the full story.

Generate More Revenue For Your Accounting Firm

Chuck’s insights come from observing LIVE calls and business transactions through his work as a professional business coach. His CPA clients will tell you time and time again that Chuck’s tactics have saved deals, streamlined operations, and skyrocketed revenue. Put Chuck Bauer to work for you and experience the immediate gains for yourself and your accounting firm.

Contact Chuck NOW!
817-524-8156 or chuck@chuckbauer.com


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