That’s right. You don’t have to work 80+ hours during tax season and sacrifice quality time with loved ones. You have a choice. You can say goodbye to time-sucking clients, who don’t show you the gratitude and appreciation you deserve for the high-value services that you deliver. And, say hello to an incredibly profitable but manageable tax season.
While it’s true that deadlines drive an increased amount of clients to your doors, that shouldn’t necessarily incite burnout. All of the chaos and immense stress associated with tax season do not need to happen.
If you continue to tell yourself that you have to put up with the way things have always been, nothing will change and you’re going to get the same results you’ve always gotten.
Meaningful change only starts when you stop doing what you’ve always done.
Centuries ago, everyone believed that if you sailed too far, you’d go over the edge of the earth and fall off. Despite hearing this story again and again, some explorers braved the open ocean to disprove this widely held belief. We’re doing the same thing with tax season.