The 'Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t' Podcast
A podcast showcasing accountants from around the world who are doing cool sh!t.
The major theme with all of my guests is that they've found passion in the accounting profession, are building businesses, transforming lives, and proving accountants can change the world.
Latest Podcast Episodes + Show Notes:
"If you're not happy in your job, you're probably doing it wrong, and it may be time for a change." - Matt Roberge | Founder & CEO, SLC Bookkeeping
In this episode of the 'Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t' podcast, I'm joined by Matt Roberge. Matt is an accounting entrepreneur, small business growth consultant, and CEO of Salt Lake City Bookkeeping.
"Make yourself obsolete. And don't be afraid to do it. And try and do it as fast as possible" - Guy Pearson | CEO, Practice Ignition
In this episode of the 'Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t' podcast, I'm joined by Guy Pearson. Guy is an accountant turned serial entrepreneur who has started multiple businesses and has been a major innovator in the accounting industry.
"I was making no money, I had no side gig, I was earning no income. Just the fact that I took that step and made that jump, it opened my mind into something I wouldn't have been able to consider before." - Andrew Argue, CPA | CEO, AndrewArgue.com
In this episode of the 'Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t' podcast, I'm joined by Andrew Argue, CPA. Andrew worked for one of the Big 4, started a successful accounting career website (and sold it) and now helps accountants become better at sales.
"I wanted this to be a BILLION dollar company. How are you going to grow to a BILLON dollar company with your name on the front door?" - Chris Hooper | CEO, Accodex
In this episode of the 'Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t' podcast, I'm joined by Chris Hooper. Chris went from high school dropout to becoming CEO of Accodex Partners and an influential thought leader in the accounting profession. Based out of Australia, he is changing the game for accountants around the world with his company and making it easy for freelance accountants to scale an accounting firm.