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Seth David (aka nerd)
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Nerd Enterprises, Inc. - Accountant, QuickBooks Trainer, MS Excel Guru, Cash Flow Management Expert, Speaker on social media for small business and using technology for business productivity. I'm a virtual CFO with the power (and the tools needed) to teach you and/or help you to maximize your profits and productivity.
Nerd Enterprises, Inc. - Accountant, QuickBooks Trainer, MS Excel Guru, Cash Flow Management Expert, Speaker on social media for small business and using technology for business productivity. I'm a virtual CFO with the power (and the tools needed) to teach you and/or help you to maximize your profits and productivity.

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Wall Street Level Financial Advice for Main Street Small Business.
Request to join here:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/bewtweenwallandmain/

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This time we'll go slow and steady. You bring your questions, and I'll bring the answers on how to get to Google Sheets!
Let's take a look at this powerful cloud based spreadsheet application.
In an effort to demonstrate the power it has, I am going to walk you through some of what I've been rolling out in Course 21 - Accounting and Bookkeeping Cloud Practice Management - The abc's of starting and growing an accounting or bookkeeping practice in today's world
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We're doing it again! Another great Friday Morning Hangout planned!
Read this blog post and watch the video:
http://blog.bqe.com/2015/08/12/how-to-build-multiple-streams-of-income-without-losing-focus/

Many of our scholars and members of ABBO are using BillQuick, Archioffice, and Engineer Office to better serve their clients.

As long as we're recommending the products we love, why not get paid for the referrals? It's an easy way to get paid based on the most logical extension of what we're already doing.

This Friday we have Bob Wolf of BQE software joining us to tell us all about how the partner programs work at BQE Software.

Are you ready to make money?
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This Friday we have a great product to look at for accounting in the cloud.
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This is going to be EPIC. Or at least very good. Would you believe... absolutely fantastic? +Stacy Kildal​ and I are going to do great things. Like review apps top to bottom and help you decide which ones are right for your firm!
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Woo hoo! My first project with +Seth David http://bit.ly/appasaurusrexgooglekeep
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This is a must for every accountant and business owner.
You AND your clients need to have a business plan in place. Even if you've been up and running. What if Google made you an offer to buy yours or your client's business tomorrow? Would you be ready?

Last week I had some internet issues. They've all been fixed. This Friday we'll be discussing business plans. Why you need one, and how to crate them!
Let's try this again!

Sabrina is the CEO of Palo Alto Software, a company that creates business planning and tracking software for small businesses and startups. She is an advocate for entrepreneurship and often spends time outside of Palo Alto Software teaching the basics of business planning and financial management to entrepreneurs both locally and nationwide. Sabrina was recently featured on a panel at SXSW where she mentored startups on how to plan for long-term financial growth.

Sabrina stepped into her position at Palo Alto Software after they acquired her software distribution company in 2002. After serving as the director of marketing and communications for a several years, she became CEO. Prior to joining Palo Alto Software, she launched several high-tech startups in both the UK and United States. She is a graduate from Princeton University and has been involved in the tech scene since the dotcom boom in the late 1990s.

Additionally, Sabrina is a strong supporter of women in business leadership positions. She feels that both Corporate America and Silicon Valley inherently favor men, and fights for a structural change that would give more women the opportunity to become business leaders. As CEO, she offers a unique environment for her own employees by allowing parents to bring their children into the office and offers flexible work hours.

Sabrina is a strong supporter of changing how women rise to leadership in the workplace. As a working mom with 3 young boys, she has taken a unique approach to integrating her boys into her career and work, instead of trying to achieve a work life “balance.” She truly believes that it is due to Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In that women have engaged in a  very productive conversation of what it takes for women to rise to leadership roles, but differs slightly from Sheryl in how she approaches helping women get into leadership roles and excel as working moms. Her Business Insider column on the topic has received almost 125,000 views and has been widely debated.

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Hello Google Plus people!
I'll keep this short and sweet.
If you HAVE a business?...
You NEED this! Find out why on Friday!
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Sabrina is the CEO of Palo Alto Software, a company that creates business planning and tracking software for small businesses and startups. She is an advocate for entrepreneurship and often spends time outside of Palo Alto Software teaching the basics of business planning and financial management to entrepreneurs both locally and nationwide. Sabrina was recently featured on a panel at SXSW where she mentored startups on how to plan for long-term financial growth.

Sabrina stepped into her position at Palo Alto Software after they acquired her software distribution company in 2002. After serving as the director of marketing and communications for a several years, she became CEO. Prior to joining Palo Alto Software, she launched several high-tech startups in both the UK and United States. She is a graduate from Princeton University and has been involved in the tech scene since the dotcom boom in the late 1990s.

Additionally, Sabrina is a strong supporter of women in business leadership positions. She feels that both Corporate America and Silicon Valley inherently favor men, and fights for a structural change that would give more women the opportunity to become business leaders. As CEO, she offers a unique environment for her own employees by allowing parents to bring their children into the office and offers flexible work hours.

Sabrina is a strong supporter of changing how women rise to leadership in the workplace. As a working mom with 3 young boys, she has taken a unique approach to integrating her boys into her career and work, instead of trying to achieve a work life “balance.” She truly believes that it is due to Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In that women have engaged in a  very productive conversation of what it takes for women to rise to leadership roles, but differs slightly from Sheryl in how she approaches helping women get into leadership roles and excel as working moms. Her Business Insider column on the topic has received almost 125,000 views and has been widely debated.
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See you in the morning!
Sabrina is the CEO of Palo Alto Software, a company that creates business planning and tracking software for small businesses and startups. She is an advocate for entrepreneurship and often spends time outside of Palo Alto Software teaching the basics of business planning and financial management to entrepreneurs both locally and nationwide. Sabrina was recently featured on a panel at SXSW where she mentored startups on how to plan for long-term financial growth.

Sabrina stepped into her position at Palo Alto Software after they acquired her software distribution company in 2002. After serving as the director of marketing and communications for a several years, she became CEO. Prior to joining Palo Alto Software, she launched several high-tech startups in both the UK and United States. She is a graduate from Princeton University and has been involved in the tech scene since the dotcom boom in the late 1990s.

Additionally, Sabrina is a strong supporter of women in business leadership positions. She feels that both Corporate America and Silicon Valley inherently favor men, and fights for a structural change that would give more women the opportunity to become business leaders. As CEO, she offers a unique environment for her own employees by allowing parents to bring their children into the office and offers flexible work hours.

Sabrina is a strong supporter of changing how women rise to leadership in the workplace. As a working mom with 3 young boys, she has taken a unique approach to integrating her boys into her career and work, instead of trying to achieve a work life “balance.” She truly believes that it is due to Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In that women have engaged in a  very productive conversation of what it takes for women to rise to leadership roles, but differs slightly from Sheryl in how she approaches helping women get into leadership roles and excel as working moms. Her Business Insider column on the topic has received almost 125,000 views and has been widely debated.
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