During this episode, Joe Woodard addresses 5 pillars (characteristics) of an epic practice. Part 2 of the series is a continuation of Episode 8, in which Joe lays the foundational qualities of an Epic Practice from the main stage of Scaling New Heights 2016. Joe will wrap up the series in Part 3 with 5 additional qualities every practice should strive to achieve to become differentiated, effective, innovative and…EPIC!
In this week’s episode Joe interviews Dawn Brolin, Certified Public Accountant and Managing Member of Powerful Accounting, llc. Dawn has been featured on MSNBC’s Your Business and has spoken at Intuit Quickbooks Connect, as well as CPA Society Shows and Scaling New Heights. Dawn is an expert on fraud and forensic accounting and will be talking with Joe about best practices to protect and build your business.
During this episode Joe Woodard interviews Mike Michalowicz, author of the exciting new book Surge and instructor for Woodard Institute on marketing strategies for accounting practices. During the podcast Joe and Mike will discuss market trends and ways accountants can leverage those trends, combined with service innovations and niche specialization, to grow their practices.
This episode kicks off a multi-part series related to the theme of Scaling New Heights 2016 – “The Epic Practice.” The series begins with Joe Woodard’s keynote that launched the 2016 conference. During the keynote, Joe drew from the powerful stories of ancient Greek mythology to highlight the characteristics of The Epic Practice like endurance, resilience, and focus. “The Epic Practice” series will continue with Joe Woodard in future episodes in which Joe will cover 3 adjectives per episode, challenging all accountants to be not just competent, not just efficient, not just profitable…but also heroic.