A simple approach to what Advisory really means in practice for bookkeeping and accounting professionals in 3 easy stages
A simple definition
There is so much discussion around the subject of Advisory that is making the simple, overcomplicated. It's time for a simplistic approach to what Advisory really means in practice.
The teachings of Advisory have been around for many years and the stages have been referred to as levels or primary, secondary and tertiary but whatever the phraseology applied in the teaching of Advisory, it has been made overly complicated for the accounting or bookkeeping profession to understand and implement.
For the price and time it takes to eat a quick breakfast at the coffee shop, you will discover, in this bite-sized course, the 3 stages of advisory described in the simplest of terms.
You will learn, and be surprised, what it is you already know which falls into each of the stages and what you need to do to implement it right now, from today.
...in 3 easy stages
Founder of The Bissett Group
Martin Bissett is the founder of the Bissett Group of companies that provide practice and personal growth communities, content, and continuing education exclusively to the accounting and bookkeeping professions worldwide.
Previously he established a high six-figure consulting firm while serving as a keynote speaker with over 100 one-off and repeat engagements to his name, as well as becoming the most published author on his topics of specialism with 11 books including 1 bestseller.
Since 1998, he has played a major part in working with over 1800 accounting firms in over 40 countries. These projects have led to those firms acquiring over £500m of recurring fees before inflationary increases, referrals and upselling are factored in. He stopped keeping track of this number over 5 years ago.
Martin now advises both accounting practitioners and FinTech companies alike, at board level.
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