The story of The Bookkeeper Rises

Building The 6-Figure Bookkeeper Community has been a series of highs, lows, and a few perfectly timed encounters, from our first podcast guest to the guy who suggested we start one. We’ve built the bookkeeper community through a commitment to serve and support YOU.

We’ve learned a lot along the way, like:

That curiosity keeps us growing

We all define success differently, contrary to the messages entrepreneurs get from mainstream media and marketing.

In this episode of The Bookkeepers’ Podcast, we take you behind the scenes of our journey to the release of our book, The Bookkeeper Rises. This episode encourages you to keep exploring, lean on your support system, and uncover what works best for you and your business.

We’re discussing:

How we arrived at the idea to write The Bookkeeper Rises –

What happened when we revisited our journey into entrepreneurship

What it took to turn that dream into a reality

Episode Highlights

0:36 In this journey, we’re sharing what’s new in the Bookkeepers Community and our most anticipated project of the year–the book, The Bookkeeper Rises

1:44 Tune in as we share how the book-writing process stretched us in new ways and how YOU, our community guided us to the resources we needed. The Bookkeeper Rises is a culmination of our collective experiences- Tune in to learn why we decided to write the book and how Bookkeepers will benefit from it.

9:44 How we organized the book and the importance of sharing your story & the groups that make up our community; and how we divided the content

12:03 Overcoming limiting beliefs isn’t a one-time deal that happens at the beginning of your entrepreneurship journey. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss thinking outside the box and mustering up the courage to ask James Ashford to write our book forward.

17:24 We encourage our community to work with other professionals. Listen as we share what our audiobook producer taught us about the onboarding process and why we highly recommend working with a professional instead of DIYing the process.

21:06 No journey is complete without bumps and bruises. We discuss our most significant lessons from the book editing process, our book cover debacle, and how to get feedback from your community.

37:49 Murphy’s law says that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong – we’ll be talking about how we overcame postal strikes, the process of hiring a book coach, and a list of experts that went into this project.

If you’d like to order a copy of The Bookkeeper Rises, it’s available now on Amazon.

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