Our expertise sets us apart from competitors.
Intellect + Experience = Expertise
Expertise is developed over long years slogging in the trenches of a profession or a trade from every angle every level and every perspective. If you choose great landing spots in your career, you end up an expert. If you don’t, you’re just a dodderin* old fool.
I have a national reputation for tax strategy, business & ownership structures, systems and thought leadership. Our clients outperform all other businesses in these areas, including tax where it’s easily measured. In all these areas we save more than we cost, in both money & headaches.
Expertise in tax strategy, systems, corporate structure & ownership structure.
Thought leaders are the informed opinion leaders and the go-to people in their field of expertise. They are trusted sources who move and inspire people with innovative ideas; turn ideas into reality, and know and show how to replicate their success.
As thought leader:
- Introduced digital transactions to the world marketplace.
- Solved paper problem for banking industry drowning in paper.
- Awarded ‘Excellence in Business’ award for the first commercial application of self sealing envelopes.
- First to recognize in 2008 that 99% of privately owned businesses pay more tax than the law requires.
- First to propose The Law of Human Performance.
- Disrupting the tax profession.
- Among first to recognize systems & processes are replacing talent.
- First to recognize fundamental change in US tax policy.
- First to recognize Trump strategy for governing.
- Developed a stable of proprietary tax cutting strategies.
See Case Study 1 .
“There exists a form of power and intelligence that represents the high point of human potential. This is the source of the greatest achievements and discoveries in history. This is mastery. Most of us experience flashes. Some of us develop it into a life long ability.”
― Robert Greene, Mastery
“The problem we face is that this form of power and intelligence is either ignored as a subject of study or is surrounded by all kinds of myths and misconceptions, all of which only add to the mystery. We imagine that creativity and brilliance just appear out of nowhere, the fruit of natural talent, or perhaps of a good mood, or an alignment of the stars. It would be an immense help to clear up the mystery—to name this feeling of power, to examine its roots, to define the kind of intelligence that leads to it, and to understand how it can be manufactured and maintained. Let us call this sensation mastery—the feeling that we have a greater command of reality, other people, and ourselves.”
― Robert Greene, Mastery.