The Accountant Marketer

“Everything I learned in twenty years of helping accountants with marketing has formed the core content of this book!”

– Karen Reyburn, author

EVERY ACCOUNTANT WHO READS THIS WILL LEARN & TAKE AWAY SOMETHING UNIQUE TO YOU!

This book will help you see things from another perspective: ideally, from the perspective of the clients you LOVE to work with.

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Karen Kennedy, Kennedy Acocuntancy, Scotland, UK

“Thanks for asking me to read a chapter! I absolutely loved it. The chapter on brand really resonated: it pointed out my old website had no thought or nod towards my brand, and it didn’t tell my story. The website and the real Kennedy Accountancy were two completely different things. It was a really helpful reminder to revisit these, and the logo section was spot on!”

“Your writing is ace

I think it’s really good and will be one of the top 5 books that ambitious practice owners must read.”

– James Lizars, Thrive London UK

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“I think it’s fantastic.

The topic generally of the book is right up the street where your strengths are, and it’s something accountants will love. “

– Paul Barnes, Owner MAP Accountants, Manchester UK

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Road trippin and tomb hunting in the northern Irish countryside with one of my life besties. It’s a satisfying thing to climb these hills and watch the clouds move… and explore the old tombs which are older than the pyramids. 

Here we go. 

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What will you do when you’ve arrived?

One of the things business owners tend to focus on is getting the business to run without you.

Systems, team, leadership, pricing… you work so hard on each of these and it often takes longer than you expect.

Maybe you have a vague idea of what you’d do with all that free time once it appears, but I’d guess just as many of you aren’t 100% sure what that will look like.

Every day is so full you don’t have to time to pause. “I’ll spend more time with my family”, you tell yourself. More holidays, more of whatever fills you up.

It might be cooking or DIY or reading, but equally it might be writing a book. Coaching. Speaking. A second or third business of a new kind. 

Which means NOW is the time to start thinking about it.

That can feel overwhelming, if things aren’t “sorted” yet. You still have team issues, or the systems and tech are taking longer than expected to deliver results. You’ve lost some clients, or are struggling to get new ones.

The fact is, all those things may be indicators you’re closer than you realise.

These issues will get sorted – and the moment they do, you could hit a point where you have that spare time. You have a little more energy, or money, or space and freedom. For whatever. 

Now what?

What’s that “whatever”?

That’s when you start looking at your personal brand.

It’s different from your business brand. Instead of being focused on an audience, buying a service; instead of being something which summarises an entire business including clients and team, now you have the opportunity to consider what summarises YOU.

What you care about. The message you’d get out to the world if you could. The kind of people who think the way you do.

If this is even a *glimmer* of a thought in your mind, I’d love to hear from you. I’m working on a live workshop event in the UK, and I want to make sure we cover what would be the most helpful for you, right now.

Before everything is “sorted”.

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