If we were to write your story, it may go something like this:
At the start it would show you studying hard for your qualification.
You may already be self-employed and engaged in bookkeeping, VAT returns, year-end accounts and tax returns.
But, you would be unaware that your skills with numbers could transform not only your profits, but your clients as well.
A potential Crunchers franchisee may be thinking; is all the hard work worth it? Is there is a better way of running my practice?
You will know that many businesses have a poor understanding of bookkeeping and accountancy. And, you will see weak financial systems and a lack of structured business planning in the majority of businesses. Many of the business owners will be working really hard but have little or no personal wealth.
You have reflected on the situation and know deep down things must change.
You may have considered different options and would have come across or been contacted by Crunchers.
When considering doing something new it’s normal to be a little fearful. Others may warn you of dangers of doing something different.
But, after doing your research and speaking with us over the period of weeks and months you would find the courage to head in a new direction.
By being committed to personal development and working with like minded people you would notice that you start to change. You develop new attitudes, insights, skills and knowledge.
When you go back and launch your Crunchers business you confront your biggest fears.
From time to time they doubt their ability but have the passion, determination and support to push on. They start to implement their plan and by using what they learnt and it starts to work.
So, you now they fully appreciate that for their business to develop, they needed to develop.
They now have the confidence, knowledge and skills to make a difference to their clients lives.
Sales and profit flow but when they receive heartfelt thanks from their clients, they know it is worth it.
And, they are proud to be a Cruncher, recognised by their business community as an Alternative Accountant.
Someone who doesn’t just count numbers but improves them.