Excess Capacity is Your Friend

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Having excess capacity goes against traditional “accounting firm” thinking.

But trying to run your practice at full capacity is NOT the way to success.

It’s exactly the opposite – it’s detrimental to your practice.

Excess Capacity is what you always want…and here’s 3 reasons why.

2 Comments

  1. Dee on March 30, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    I agree with all three points. Absolutely I would rather have more time on my hands and be less rushed. I do a better job when I’m not stressed. Second, I hate turning away work, so I always say yes, and having extra capacity would go a long way to getting new work done in a timely manner. Third, I would really like to have more time to spend on the sales/marketing aspect of my practice. So I guess that means I’m going to go out there and find some capacity! (Ahhh!… next problem to solve).

    • Erik Solbakken CPA on April 5, 2018 at 2:49 am

      I’m glad you agree Dee. Excess capacity has so many benefits. You can achieve this too. Focus on your business model and building your practice purposefully and it will come.

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