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Best Laura McClellan podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Laura McClellan podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Successful Bookkeeper Podcast is a weekly show to help increase your confidence, work smarter and build a business you love. Each week you'll listen to inspiring guests who will share their success secrets, so you can take your bookkeeping enterprise and life to another level. Some of them include New York Times Best-Selling Author of E-Myth, Michael E. Gerber, Pure Bookkeeping Co-Founder, Debbie Roberts, the host of The Productive Woman podcast, Laura McClellan and the author of *I Know ...
 
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Business-related problems. When your clients have them, they will likely be your problems, so educating your customers on how to handle these issues will strengthen your relationship with them. Today’s guest has been doing this and it has led her to where she is today. Analia Martinez is the owner of eBookkeeping Inc which is a virtual accounting a…
 
We get so busy doing life that we miss the signs…the fatigue, the burnout, the sense that we’ve lost our focus. So what do we do about it when we realize it’s happening? Seek spiritual, professional, and personal renewal, And how, you may ask, do I do that? Well, that’s what we’re here to share with you today! But first, thank you to all our patron…
 
About the Interview: Daniel O. McClellan won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2nd Annual Book of Mormon Studies Association conference for his paper on the linguistic and rhetorical contexts of 2 Nephi 25:23. In his work as a translation coordinator for the Church, he noticed that there were inconsistencies in the translation of this verse that …
 
Companies are bought not sold. Our returning guest, Jamie Shulman, had that in mind when building the company, Hubdoc, he co-founded. In 2018, Huddoc was acquired by Xero for 70 million dollars, so Shulman’s vision was fulfilled. During the interview, you'll discover... Why it's important to be comfortable with the inevitability of automation Tips …
 
Give yourself the grace to make mistakes and get the automation going. According to our guest, those are the keys to whole pricing and advisory services which help her be what she is today. Lisa Channell is the owner of Bonfire Bookkeeping and has been a long-time member of the Successful Bookkeeper community. She was also recently announced as a H…
 
There are all kinds of reasons to pay attention to history, both world history and our own family history. And guest Tamera Alexander helps us see some of the most important reasons of all. She shares how history can inform and enlighten us in our lives, our writing, and our faith. So listen in to this poignant episode as she shares what God has ta…
 
Debra Theobald McClendon About The Interview: In this episode of Latter-day Saint Perspectives, Laura Harris Hales interviews licensed psychologist, Debra Theobald McClendon, PhD. Anxiety is a normal emotion with adaptive functions that provides us with important data. For example, anxiety anticipates future danger and notifies us of risk, prepares…
 
Sometimes accidents in life can be a great thing. Our guest, Lisa Channell, knows this well. Once upon a time she was called in accidentally (instead of the actual candidate) for a job opportunity that she would end up getting. During that job, she discovered her love for bookkeeping and met her mentor who taught her everything about it. Then Lisa …
 
Looking to start a bookkeeping business? New York Times best-selling author, Trevor Blake, who has written books such as 3 Simple Steps and Secrets To A Successful Startup, has some insights. He’s not in the bookkeeping industry, but he has built four successful companies from the ground up, so he has plenty of experience when it comes to creating …
 
Only 51% of businesses plan and set their annual goals and only 6% revisit those goals on a quarterly basis. Those who revisit their goals have an increase of 300% on their productivity and performance. That’s according to our guest, Blake Oliver who is a CPA that specializes in cloud accounting technology. He’s also the producer and co-host of a w…
 
Guest Linda S. Clare has faced countless family crises, and begged God for deliverance. But that hasn’t happened. Instead, as she puts it, “In my life, God hardly ever delivers me out of a problem, but He carries me through it.” Come listen in as she shares all she’s learned about family, faith, and God’s love in the deep. About Linda S. Clare Lind…
 
Overnight success is a rarity. Most of the time, when we hear an “overnight success” story, we find out later that the “overnight success” had been years in the making. It takes hard work and time. Our guest has definitely used both to build her success. For over 17 years, Justine Lackey has been the owner of Good Cents Bookkeeping which provides p…
 
About the Interview: The First Vision is a podcast produced by the Joseph Smith Papers and published by the Latter-day Saint church, which is now available on the Joseph Smith Papers website and podcast syndicators. Our guest, Spencer W. McBride, wrote and hosted the show, which has proven to be wildly popular. During its debut week, it ranked in t…
 
Loss and grief can become a catalyst to your success. Our returning guest has used it to her benefit and it made her who she is today. Rachel Fisch has 17 years of accounting experience in a broad range of industries and coupled with her "colourful” personality, she has trained thousands of bookkeepers in hundreds of training sessions across Canada…
 
Too many of us want to hear from God, but don’t seem to do so. We’ve explored, in the previous podcast, Hearing God, Part 1, what some obstacles to hearing God are and how to overcome them. Now we’ll dig in to how you can recognize God when He speaks. What does He sound like? And how can you know if you’re truly hearing God? Or if it’s someone—or s…
 
Changing something dramatically in your business is scary. Even more so if that shift involves mass firing your clients. But according to our returning guest today, Nancy Gwynne-Vaughan, who is a bookkeeper that helps lawyers grow their practices profitably, it needs to be done once in a while as you go along in your business. By doing so, you'll s…
 
Partnership. Profitability. Business development mindset. Those three values can help you take control of where you want to be in the next few years. That’s according to today’s guest, Heather Townsend who is a speaker, author, and founder of The Accountants Millionaires' Club that helps accountants, lawyers and consultants make partner. With her n…
 
Ever spent time praying and doing everything you know to do so that you can hear God speak to your heart? You listen and listen and…silence? Join us as we dig into the obstacles to hearing from God––and how to overcome them. But first, thank you to all our patrons on Patreon! You help make this podcast possible! Today we want to talk about hearing …
 
The entrepreneur’s journey is a difficult one. Whether it’s the ups and downs of finding customers or hiring or laying off employees, your client’s path as a business owner is not an easy one. As a bookkeeping business owner, you probably know this yourself. A way you can stand out is by being more human and understanding of what your clients are g…
 
Horrified by the Holocaust and fearful that the New Testament, as it has been traditionally understood, may have contributed to this tragedy, Christian scholars and ministers of all stripes have, in recent decades, proposed several, “extra-textual” ways of altering that understanding. Eugene Fisher, for instance, the former director of ecumenical a…
 
The Book of Mormon contains a multitude of short, impressive statements, which Latter-day Saints often memorize and even “master,” so they can repeat them as the occasion requires. These statements include divine promises such as “Inasmuch as ye shall keep my commandments ye shall prosper in the land” (2 Ne. 1:20); inspiring resolutions such as Nep…
 
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