STACY STUFF - Redefining and Redesigning my Practice - A Personal Journey: Part 1



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To all of you have posted here - YOU are the reason that I keep writing here. I figure if just one person feels some sort of... something... after reading this blog, then it's worth it.
You're all so amazing for taking the time to comment with such kind words and encouragement. Sorry it's taken me so long to reply!

StacyK more than 2 years ago

I love this!

I can totally related to you on all of these points. I cannot wait to see how you handle this and what you came up with. I am so glad to know I am not the only who feels this way.

Tiffany Bastian more than 2 years ago

thank you

Thank you for your honesty. I started my business last year. Have learned more than I ever thought I would. Thank you for the words of encouragement, as I am trying to find my strength and wweakness.Look forward to your other postings.

Liz English more than 2 years ago


Thanks for sharing, going through the same process these past months. Can't be very trying. Happy to help if you need anything. I would love to chat with you on the partnership you got into. I am considering taking one on also and it is scary and unknown. All the best!

Tricia Reynolds more than 2 years ago

Awesome Re-Invention

Stacy- I love you. You say it like it is. I am always touched and inspired by your shares. I look forward to sharing your journey. I am starting meeting-webinars Mon-Wed-Fri to reach more clients online. So far 2 meetings and no attendees, but I know it takes time and much promotion on all my social media. I will google Wooten and see what they have.

Linda Qbq Russell more than 2 years ago

An important journey

Stacy, wow, what an important journey. I really respect you for being brave enough to be vulnerable to share your fears and process with us all. Learning what you're trying whether it works or not will be very useful to the rest of us in that it will inspire us to also try things and learn from your process. Please keep us up to date, wherever you are at in the process.

Jeff Cecchini more than 2 years ago

There with ya, lady

Stacy, reading this is like reading something written about myself...if I had the guts to admit to it. I am looking forward to reading more about your journey. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

Billie Anne Grigg more than 2 years ago


Stacy, you are Amazeballs. Thank you for your willingness to be vulnerable, and for sharing this journey with us. I'm struggling with many of the same things you are, and am looking forward to reading more about the wins, crying jags, and ultimate fist-pump victories along the way. You're an inspiration. And Wonder Woman may not be an expert in repairing invisible planes, but that doesn't make her any less a Super Hero. She'll figure it out, or delegate it to an expert. Or invent a teleporter and trash the plane altogether!

Neilia Brown more than 2 years ago

Thanks for Sharing

Hi Stacy, I feel that same as you. I've been running my own QB Proadvisor business for several years now and am realizing that I can't control everything. I am also struggling with the marketing piece and how I should get help with my workload. I just want to say, thanks for sharing your journey. Sometimes I feel as though I work in a silo. I am a QBO and bookkeeping guru, but I don't do taxes. I would like to find others like me who are trying to grow their businesses in our specialty. I am not a CPA and most marketing advice that I read is about the CPA or tax firms. I also have goals for my business, but how the heck do I figure out how to do it. I will keep following you and I look forward to hearing how you figured this out. Thanks again.

Michelle more than 2 years ago

Congrats on taking this step

Stacy so brave of you to share this journey publicly. As professionals we fool ourselves into believing that we know it all and should not fail. Today I am just coming to terms with my fear of failure. Looking at it not as a disappointment but as an opportunity to learn and grow. As someone said recently about failure - fail fast, fail cheap and recover faster. I am recognizing that fear of failure is, probably, the number one reason for lack of innovation and trying new things. Hats off to you and I look forward to future installments.

Donna more than 2 years ago

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