The weather forecast before I went to bed Saturday evening was for light snow where I live and heavier snow in the northern region of the metropolitan area. It’s a Saturday night so not a big deal about getting snow, right?
What do John Maxwell, Michael Hyatt, Colin Powell have in common?
How often in your business dealings have you thought about the proper tipping etiquette for a particular situation?
Life is a game of give and take.
It is better to give than to receive.
Be a go-giver.
Pay it forward.
All we ever hear is about how much we need to give. We need to give love, appreciation, thanks. We need to give of ourselves, our money and our time. We need to give, give, give.
I disagree…and here’s why:
Busy season got its name for a reason. In reality, for most CPAs in public accounting, it should be called “it’s-so-busy-that-we-don’t-get-to-see-our-families-or-sleep-or-eat-or-exercise-time-of-year.”
CPAs in public accounting may go from working 40 or 45 hours a week to more than 70 or 80 hours. Of course, there are those in the profession who work 70 or more hours every week of the year.