Bob Lung returns to the podcast for the first Follow Up Friday segment!
Bob previously featured on episode 5, and returns to talk about his latest achievements in the Fantasy Football world from launching his new website to publishing his first Fantasy Football book!
Kylie Parker, a director at Lotus Accountants & an interior designer, tells us about some of the projects she has done, how it has established relationships in with workplace with both clients and how finding clients with similar passions can make going to work more enjoyable! She also talks about her short time as a dancer!
Stuart was originally featured in episode 13 discussing his passion for stand up comedy. Today, Stuart is no longer as active in stand up comedy but is now a host of his own internet radio show called “Hack Attack on Sports”.
Aaron Jaqua is a CPA and Senior Tax Manager for Eide Bailly.
Aaron joins us as being the first guest of “What’s Your 'And'?” and talks about his passion for running and how it has given him the mental strength to power through some of the worse tax seasons! He also talks about how Eide Bailly regularly encourages its team to mentally get away from work for a bit and tells us a touching story of how the firm was accommodating when dealing with a personal family matter.
John joins us to celebrate an exciting milestone of 200 episodes for the podcast and also shares with us some exciting news about the podcast, his new book and more!
Lisa Channell is a Certified Professional Bookkeeper specializing in cloud bookkeeping. Lisa is the owner of Bonfire Bookkeeping.
Lisa talks about her passion for true crime, how she indulges in this passion, and how it can fuel both her curiosity and anxiety! Lisa also discusses how she applies this detective-like passion in the office by helping her gain skills in finding clues. Lisa also applies this passion through an interactive game among her team members to promote internal interaction!
Julie Incorvina is a CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner, currently celebrating 25 years with Redwitz, Inc. in Irvine, California.
She has over three decades of experience in public accounting, specializing in audit and accounting services for non-profits and various for-profit industries.
Julie talks about how her husband got her into theatre production as well as how it provides a creative outlet, and how it helps maintain her managerial skills that she brings to the office. Julie also talks about her own productions she has written and when her theatre is used for movies!
Tom Bazley, Managing Director of BDO USA, LLP, talks about his passion for researching American history. More specifically, the American Civil War! Tom talks about how he is able to establish a connection with some of his clients through this passion and how it has established a mutually beneficial relationship with lawyer!
Twyla Verhelst is the Co-founder of Helm, a cash flow forecasting app and Co-founder of Twenty Eighty, an accounting firm in Calgary, Alberta. Twyla has entrepreneurial experience in accounting, advisory, and software with an underlying passion to help others find their confidence and discover what lights them up. Twyla is committed to empowering bookkeepers and accountants to create the business they desire using tangible tools along with the most invaluable and intangible tool, their authentic self.
Twyla tells us about her journey to become a runner, including some memorable moments like completing a run with her daughter on Mother’s Day, how she started sharing her passion for running in the office, and how sharing this passion has inspired some of her colleagues to run as well!
Graeme Gordon is a British former naval officer, now a CEO of Praxity – Global Alliance. He shares his stories of being introduced to baseball and falling in love with the New York Yankees, to almost accidentally being cast as a producer for a Shakespeare play. Graeme also talks about how these passions are beneficial in social situations in the workplace!