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Friday
Oct302015

QB Connect, San Jose CA

On Monday, Gina and I will be in the midst of the Intuit Connect 2016 Conference.  It looks like it's going to be quite a whirlwind of activity, starting each day with great keynote speakers and numerous  breakout sessions.  I'm really interested in what Jessica Alba, singer and businesswoman of The Honest Company and Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank will add. And of course, I want to know what Intuit plans for the coming year.

I'm always interested in visiting the vendors showcase where I might find a new and exciting app that integrates with QuickBooks and give our clients the best financial software experience. Then there is the life improvement seminars like "Work/Life Harmony". I can surely stand to learn something helpful there. And of course,  there are plenty of sessions on how to improve your practice, like "The Accountant's Journey toward Professional Greatness".

Did I mention the GooGoo Dolls are playing at the after party, or that Oprah and Brian Grazer will be giving us their take on entrepreneurs?  I'm also signed up for a session with Mike Michalowicz, author of "The Pumpkin Plan" and one of my favorite books, "Profit First".      

It looks very promising.

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