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NetCPA's is a CPA firm concentrated on Xero based out of Breckenridge. Terry Power, CPA, is the principal. Terry focuses exclusively on providing Xero-based accounting solutions for small businesses.

He currently has Xero clients in Denver, Summit and Eagle Counties, with plans to expand to anywhere in the US a client needs Xero.    

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Aug 04

Resistance to Change

Posted by Terrence Power, CPA at Monday, August 04, 2014

For most people, the word "Change" invokes feelings of fear.  Our minds conjure up all kinds of negative scenarios.  The first fear we experience is moving out of our "comfort zone" and venturing into the unknown.  It's the old adage: "If it's not broke, don't fix it."  The second fear is that if we do decide to make a change that it's going to cost us money and eat up our time.  The third fear is that of failure.  What if the change doesn't work? What if we have to go back to square one?

How do you feel when you buy a new car, a new TV, a new cell phone, or new appliance?  Don't you get excited when you get behind the wheel of that snazzy new car?  Do you miss the old, fuzzy analog signal when you switch over to High Def or Super High Def TV?  When you realize all the new features packed into the latest smartphones, do you want to pick up the old one ever again?  And even when you get a new fridge, aren't you surprised by the new technologies built into something so mundane?

How would you feel if your accounting software made you feel the same a a new car, TV, smartphone, or fridge does?  Would saving hours of your time each month make you feel good?  Would you love to have your accountant as close as the nearest text message or email?  Would saving money on buying, upgrading and storing your accounting records be helpful?  Xero accomplishes all of these goals.  

And how would you feel if you didn't make a change and ended up a year or two down the road feeling regret and wishing you had?  Success has been defined as recognizing an opportunity and then seizing upon it.  Do you see an opportunity here?  What are you going to do about it?

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