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The Accountants for Growth

What's Your Plan?

What's Your Plan?
All business should have a business plan, from the one-man band to the successful limited company. Once written, the plan should be referred to regularly and used as a tool to assess business performance. 
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Business Clarity - Where are we Going?

Business Clarity - Where are we Going?
Mark and Chandni have recently attended the three day AVN Masterclass course and have come back enthused to get started on the information they have learnt.
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New Year, New Business Plan?

New Year, New Business Plan?
Many business owners use the Christmas break to make brave new plans for their life and their business only to realise by the end of January that they have failed to live up to their plans.
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Goal reviewing for the New Year

Goal reviewing for the New Year
Now that 2015 has officially rolled in, it’s time to reflect on your previous year’s goals and see how they compare with the outcomes. While this may seem daunting it’s essential for future goal setting as it’s a great opportunity to reflect on your previous strategies and accomplishments. 
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Goal Setting for Success

Goal Setting for Success

Research shows that people with up to date written goals are as much as 100% more successful than people who do not have up to date written goals.


So it is vitally important that business owners think about and articulate their personal and business goals.


Once you have identified your goals think about the implications of what you are doing – and what you should be doing.

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