Ben Walker, Founder of Inspire Accountants and High-Performance Accountants shares some tips that helped in creating a crystal-clear vision in the recent webinar called, “Creating a High Performing Accounting Firm”.
Here’s what he said:–
A 10-year business plan.
A clear actionable roadmap for your firm, and this is out to 10 years. 10 years vision doesn’t have to be clear as you can see it on the screen necessarily, but to have an idea of where you want to end up. So, it does take some time to sit up, to think about where you want to be in that 10-year zone.
Personal Bucket List
The other bit is understanding how you can add the most value to your role. Understand where you feel bogged down, stuck, or annoyed because this gets in the way of you actually providing the most value. And these are the sort of assets or things that helped. So, a 10-year business plan, and a personal bucket list, are pretty important as well.
And also regular holidays. It’s almost like I want to work once I’m on holiday, but I try to use that energy into creative stuff or planning or ripping the calendar apart and sending Glaze a heap of emails or voice messages. The holidays absolutely help with this vision planning.
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