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Lawyer turned Business Owner? SPO Lawyers with Kevin Hunter & David Ford on TBFS

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Many business owners turn to lawyers for advice in business, and it's a great thing. But is it the right move when the challenges pertain to profit and loss statements, and the daily running of the business operation? Not really. The next step many business owners take is to hire a CPA firm to handle the accounting and bookkeeping related questions, but what gets left missing in the mix still remains the daily operation of the business, goal setting, shaping of your vision, and strategic game planning to get you to where you want to go.

On today's show, Jake Erickson and Gerald Paulson from Smith, Paulson, and O'Donnell (SPO Lawyers) talk about the challenges they faced in actually running their business... a law firm... and how they needed help to succeed. It's an interesting view, and message business people must hear in order to realize how specialized each aspect of the business really is.

Bottom line is this: If you are going to succeed greatly in business, you need outside influence in your organization. Those influences must include a good lawyer, good accounting firm, and a great business coach. Without that mix, a lot gets left up in the air, and you find yourself making guesses and taking gambles that can cost you everything.

For more information, you can reach Jake and Gerald by visiting www.spolawyers.com

On The Business Forum Show, we focus on the challenges of business, and the things that keep you awake at night. That's why our stories are so relatable, because every business owners suffers from very similar things.

Join Kevin Hunter and David Ford weekdays here on BlogTalkRadio, or tune into Live365 for a 24 hour streaming show of our broadcast.

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