I was recently interviewed by BusinessNewsDaily for their CEO Roundtable “How Do You Innovate?” and I enjoyed sharing my thoughts on how innovation plays a part in my business.
Small businesses rely on innovation – and by “innovation” it doesn’t necessarily mean technology. Whether in your office, on your laptop or Blackberry, or your day-to-day management, innovation is the wheel that drives a business forward. However, how this translates into the daily issues facing a business can be the tricky.
I believe the difference in remaining static as a business or succeeding in expanding business growth and practices lies in innovative thinking. I feel this includes methods that go against the status quo – practices that not every competitor pursues. For me, I believe that educating my clients and the general tax-paying public on tax resolution solutions and techniques is the key to driving my business. By educating, I am not only able to achieve a better visibility for my company, but I am also able to assist taxpayers in resolving their IRS troubles.
As I’ve mentioned, at Tax Resolution Services, our dedication is in providing solutions to businesses and individuals who are in IRS trouble. In order to constantly be innovating, I make the time to explore and discover new ways of driving the business forward by delegating daily tasks to my strong management team. Today’s consumers are active participants and would rather hear a compelling educational interview without a call to action… not even our phone number. If they have a need for our services they will seek us out via researching us on the Internet. These “prosumers” will see all the educational press releases we do, they will see all the awards the company has won, they will see that my name is attached to just about anything that has to do with the tax problem resolution field. This way they are actually “sold” before calling in inquiring about our services.
Part of innovating lies in taking risks and doing what you believe in. When you can provide an invaluable service to the general public by helping them, I believe you increase your chances of success exponentially. As an example, Inc Magazine recently commented on my use of Twitter (@taxresolution) as a CEO. Educating the public on tax planning strategies for managing their personal and business finances is not just about offering your contact number. Aside from Twitter, our blog is a great tool to offer informative articles on everything tax and tax help.
With IRS enforcement on the rise, it is more important than ever to educate taxpayers on important financial strategies as well as their options for tax debt relief. At TRS, our tax attorneys, CPAs, and tax relief professionals have successfully resolved thousands of cases since 1998 and our commitment is to exceed our clients expectations. This is why innovation and staying on top of the business is so important.
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