Episode 23 – Black and white bookkeeping with Ean Price-Murphy

Ean Price-Murphy, the founder and owner of Moxie Bookkeeping joined me on the podcast for a great look into her business that was founded in 2003.

She’s grown it from being a single person operation to now having managers, remote teams, and hundreds of happy clients.

As the title of this episode implies, bookkeeping can certainly be black and white, right and wrong. However, as Ean explains, that’s only part of the equation.

Also, it turns out that we have both read, or are reading, Clockwork, and another book by the same author (Profit First by Mike Michalowicz) is high on her list of recommendations for the ease of implementation, use, and the good results it can get any business.

If you’re interested in a “behind the scenes” look at a growing business and would like to make use of Ean’s experience, I highly recommend checking out this episode!

With every guest to the podcast, I ask them what their current book they recommend is – here’s the “3 pack” for Ean:

Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • A simple, and effective, metric to choosing a new tool, system or hire
  • How to do meetings for owners that don’t like them
  • The signs that you need a manager – and what to do

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