122. 3 Misconceptions About Success in Accounting
The Fulfilled Accountant
by Sarah Nemecek
4M ago
What does it take to be successful in accounting? What is a successful career path and what is it like on the way and when you get there? Whatever you answered is likely what is making you miserable at work right now and causing you to avoid things that might actually be great for your career and your life. That's why I'm talking about the three biggest misconceptions I see in how we define success in accounting, today. And then helping you challenge those and give yourself the success that you actually want. To learn more or work with Sarah: sarahnemecek.com Connect with me on LinkedIn an ..read more
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120. How to Reduce Your Hours, Even During Busy Season
The Fulfilled Accountant
by Sarah Nemecek
5M ago
Working too many hours, never having enough time for it all.  It's the story of almost every person working in accounting and finance at least part of the year. And sadly, it's a story most people don't believe they can change. It's just the way it is, right? Wrong.  Today I'm helping you see when overworking is actually a problem for you, deciding if you want to solve it, and what the underlying cause of overworking is.  And then helping you solve the top 3 issues that lead to your overworking.  Because I want you to be able to work less, get more done, and actually ..read more
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119. Seven Surprising Time Sucks for Accountants
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by Sarah Nemecek
5M ago
One of the top complaints I hear from the accountants I coach (and my accounting friends)  is that there is never enough time.  You want to get all the things done, and feel like a successful, skilled professional who always achieves and follows through for your clients and team, but you also would love to have a life, see your family, sleep, and maybe even workout sometimes. There are so many ways to solve for creating enough time and managing your time. But, I think there are actually a lot of things that you don't even realize are productivity killers and time wasters.  Ma ..read more
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118. Set Yourself Up for a Year of Success (Ditch the Resolutions)
The Fulfilled Accountant
by Sarah Nemecek
5M ago
Ditch the pressure and negative basis of New Year's Resolutions and set yourself up for a year you actually want. And get some tips from my 12 year old son who sometimes is wise way beyond his years.  Find out why we don't play the New Year's resolutions game and what we do instead.  It involves feeling good about yourself, having fun, and actually achieving the things you want each year. To learn more or work with Sarah: sarahnemecek.com Connect with me on LinkedIn and tell me what your biggest takeaways are from each episode or how you're applying the work in your own life an ..read more
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117. Transforming client judgments into strategic insights
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by Sarah Nemecek
6M ago
Everyone judges their clients at some point, in some way. It’s just human nature.  What you do with that judgment, how it guides your work, and how you feel at work and after work is what matters. Today I’m going into detail on why judgments are normal, how you can use them to make your client relationships and solutions even better, and how you can stop feeling guilty or embarrassed for having the judgments in the first place. When you apply the concepts I cover in this episode, you will enjoy your client interactions more, have more time and energy, and improve the overall experience fo ..read more
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116. Mindset strategies for sound decision making
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by Sarah Nemecek
6M ago
Do you have a reliable process for making decisions? It sounds so logical and simple, but most of us are flying blind and hoping for the best when we make decisions.  We think our process is great, especially if it is slow and deliberate.  In this episode, I'm challenging what you think you know about good decision making, and proposing a simpler, more effective approach to decisions.  One that will help you make decisions more quickly and simply so you can spend more time actually doing things and making progress instead of pondering ideas and hoping you get it right.  ..read more
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115. The CEO mindset: Interview with Laura Roeder
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by Sarah Nemecek
6M ago
Today I’ve invited my client, Laura Roeder, onto the podcast to talk about business, entrepreneurship, mindset coaching, and using tools that make your business easier. Laura is a successful serial entrepreneur, having started, grown, and successfully exited multiple companies that are still operating successfully today. And, she grew each business by doing things her way and challenging conventional business advice and norms for how things should be done. One of the norms she has challenged is the way she built and works with her team. Among many things, it enabled her to essentially take s ..read more
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114. Successfully combining mindset with strategy
The Fulfilled Accountant
by Sarah Nemecek
6M ago
Recently I’ve been covering several aspects of setting goals, planning for the next year, and setting yourself up for the future you want.  I've  shared several strategies and actions you can take to set yourself and your business up to achieve the success you want next year.  However, even the most well thought out strategies and plans can fail if you don’t also look into your mindset as you create and execute your plan. If you've ever been inspired by a great business strategy book or consultant but had your plan then fall flat, you know what I'm talking about. The thing i ..read more
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113. Using metrics to drive your success and fulfillment
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by Sarah Nemecek
7M ago
Today we’re talking about how to use specific metrics in setting goals for yourself and your firm so that you steer yourself to the success and fulfillment you actually want. Instead of going through the motions of work every day only to end up in the same place again next year, with the same frustration and stress as usual. I'm sharing the type of detailed metrics that can completely change how you set and achieve goals as well as specifically why this works compared with how you have likely approached goals in the past. This has completely changed my relationship with goals (I used to avo ..read more
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112. Stop asking your employees to read your mind
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by Sarah Nemecek
7M ago
While you probably would never consciously expect your employees to read your mind, almost every manager and business owner is actually expecting exactly that at some point every day.   It confuses the heck out of your team and it keeps you feeling frustrated and wondering why you can get them to do what you want, how you want it, and when you want it.  Luckily, there's a very simple solution to this.  It's all about deciding what you actually expect from each employee, telling them, and then also following through to hold them accountable.  Over and over.  Like mos ..read more
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