Last Friday, you might have seen my post on Instagram about how 2020 is only two months away. I talked about how I know it will be a rebirth for myself and my business. I want to share more about that.

This past year I spent too much time trying to be someone other than myself. I think we all go through moments where we try new things to figure out who we are and some of it just doesn’t click. In my case, I kept trying to make the pieces fit, but they wouldn’t budge. I had to realize that life doesn’t work that way. I’ve been in the game for over a decade now, but the growth process never ends – we are always changing and learning. The sooner you accept it, the better. 

That’s why I realized I didn’t need to make my business reflect something that I’m not. I’m more of a behind-the-scenes type of person. I love making videos and sharing lives with you all, but at the end of the day, it’s not the work that feels most true to me. 

Don’t get me wrong, creating a business network of professionals is so important to me and something I want to continue to do. But I want to make sure it’s on my terms, not someone else’s, so I can give my best version to you. 

I love love love sharing resources with entrepreneurs, including the breadth of knowledge I acquired during my career as a CPA. I’ve worked with individuals, businesses big and small and I’m proud of it. That’s why I’m building a career where advisory is the center of my services, instead of tax & accounting. I want to work more intimately with established business owners by helping them grow their business and increase profits exponentially utilizing strategic efforts.. Advisory work allows me to work in my zone of genius helping business owners achieve their dreams. I love the proactive nature of Advisory;  tax work without any type of tax planning or strategy is more reactive work because it occurs after the year end which leaves very little room to apply strategy once the year is up.   

These are major changes to my business; I’m essentially moving in a new direction.   I don’t know about y’all, but 2020 has me scared (and excited) af. What about you? Hit REPLY to share your year-end reflections about life, business and personal. 

To more money in our pockets,


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