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Woman driving a sports carThe tough love only you can apply to your practice.

By Frank Stitely
The Relentless CPA

I know … you became a CPA because that sounded like an adult job that would give you the financial resources to buy that Lamborghini and winter in the south of France. Have that Lamborghini yet? Me neither. Clearly, people lied to us – #fakecareers. I’m not really into $2,000 oil changes anyway.

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So, let’s shift the focus from you to your firm. What will your firm be when it grows up? What do you want it to be? How do you transform your firm to make it the best it can be?