The Success Shortcut for Freelance Bookkeepers

freelance bookkeeper success shortcutfreelance bookkeeper success shortcutWhat do you want most right now as a freelance bookkeeper?

In a recent survey of accounting professionals (including freelance bookkeepers), the #1 biggest pain point that holds most everyone back is marketing and finding more clients. A distant second-place obstacle was time management for running a successful bookkeeping practice.

What about you? What's the biggest barrier staring you in the face right now? Please take this poll and see how your bookkeeping business stacks up with your peers.

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How to Conquer Your #1 Roadblock

Here's a short video tutorial that covers the 4-step system I use to break through any roadblock that comes up when I'm trying to reach a new goal in my own freelance bookkeeping business journey.

Download the Roadblock Buster Decision Worksheet

Bottom Line:

freelance bookkeeper success shortcutUsing this simple system to dismantle your biggest roadblock, one step at a time, will get you exactly what you want (more clients, for example) AND help you reach any other big goals you have for your bookkeeping service business as quickly as possible.

Use it to make  THIS year your best year yet!

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So tell me, what new goals will YOU focus on right now?


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About Gabrielle

Freelance bookkeeper, trainer and consultant who works with internet savvy business owners and bookkeeping professionals to maximize cash flow and support true win-win business success.
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6 Responses to The Success Shortcut for Freelance Bookkeepers

  1. Great Tool, great idea. From the application point of view This chart might want to expand into a grid. like a matrix, that shows who is doing the task/work, who when / how / tools..
    For example work goal- Send newsletter. Then the when Jan 14-15th.. who staff person Bob.. how. provide links and passwords for Tools Access to laptop and printer etc.
    Sometimes the Bookkeeper – Sole biz operator.. Need to employ others. Joint work, Subcontract etc. But people in a team to get larger projects done in a timely basis.
    Blog could discuss Time allocation tools, Group time management tools. (including using subcontractors) .
    EP- Edmonton

    • Gabrielle says:

      Hi Elaine,

      Yes, certainly an Excel spreadsheet could be used and designed for any specific purpose in carrying out the goals.

      But when first breaking through roadblocks to hit a goals, it’s a good idea to keep it simple and move one step at a time. As detailed people we like to make things complicated. Always start simple, and then drill down when building your own way to conquer the block, adding detail only as needed that will get actions done (not getting analysis paralysis) and stay organized. If you take the layered approach, by the end, you end up with a great system that you can use again and again!

      If you need a team planning tool, there are many of them around, but TeamworkPM is reasonably easy to use and you can set up templates. But again, remember that ACTION is what will help you get results, so don’t get too caught up in the details of planning, since that in itself can become a roadblock! 😉

  2. Eve says:

    Thank you for the chart- very helpful!

  3. Rebecca Christiansen says:

    I was looking forward to watching your video, but it stopped playing after about a minute with the error message that it was unavailable.

    • Gabrielle says:

      Hi Rebecca,

      Sorry you were having trouble. Not sure why, unless YouTube was having an issue. I just checked it and it seems to be working fine. If you want to watch it directly on YouTube you can here

      If you still have trouble, it have something to do with your browser (it may think it needs to protect you from the video! LOL!)

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