Edward Chan, the co-founder of the accounting practice Chan and Naylor, takes us through the journey of his accounting practice from its small beginnings to its massive success today. Ed discusses his early days in the business, burning the midnight oil for little gain – and then the moment when it all changed, and he suddenly found the key to building a successful business that doesn’t require you to be in it to run it! This discussion with Ed is absolutely riveting listening for any business owner that is chasing the dream of a clockwork business – as he proves by his own experience that the dream is possible!
- A short background on Chan and Naylor
- What success really is
- How to create a successful business
- Finding key skills and getting into the flow
- The concept of grinding, minding and finding
- The narrow and deep structure and real examples where it was successful
- Why businesses fail
- Businesses before and after implementing the narrow and deep structure
- Reinventing the business
Connect with Edward Chan:
- Chan and Naylor’s Facebook
- Chan and Naylor’s Twitter
- Chan and Naylor’s Linkedin
- Edward’s Linkedin
- Chan and Naylor’s Instagram
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