Technology, and specifically the ever-evolving world of tools and gadgets, continues to awe and amaze. Learn how you can enhance personal and team productivity by taking advantage of many of the tools and gadgets available in today’s market. Also find out how to take advantage of many features in tools that you likely already own — such as Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office — to become more productive. In addition, discover numerous cloud-based applications and services and itness demonstrations of leading tools, gadgets and apps — many of which won't cost you anything — designed to make you more efficient, effective and productive.
Innovations in accounting are on the horizon: artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, and many more. What do accountants and tax advisors need to do to be ready for these innovations? Review the impact of these emerging technologies and identify what you and your teams need to do NOW to start getting ready for the changes that are coming and ensure your firm has a competitive advantage.
Competitive, challenging and constantly shifting. That is the world we live in today. Most of us are just trying to keep up and survive. We’ve let go of our dream of achieving the life we want. But the most successful among us know that even in today’s fast-paced world, you can design and achieve a life that far exceeds your dreams. It’s about living your life strategically. Being clear about what you want, what path you’ll take to get there and how you’ll commit to making it happen.
In this high-energy, fast-paced session, go on a journey to living your life strategically. Walk you through the secrets that turn getting the life you want from fantasy to reality. Highly interactive, this is a nuts-and-bolts get ‘er done program. No walking on coals, no breaking boards, just powerful strategies that ensure you get the life you want.
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