the journey to licensure can be emotional and introspective
Failing the CPA Exam is expensive both in terms of actual costs and a significant investment in time. But perhaps more insidious: it can take an emotional toll on candidates. You probably know that you’re capable of passing the CPA exam, but you may be experiencing trouble passing or feel overwhelmed and unsure where to start when it comes to preparing.
During the two-month coaching experience, you will implement new behaviors, experience successes and setbacks, and fine-tune your plan as you go. This intimate group setting provides support from others who are going through similar challenges. Your coach will encourage you to become the best version of yourself in the workplace and beyond. The entire group will hold you accountable along the way.
We have helped many others to pass the exam once and for all. We would be honored to partner with you during a critical moment of your life and career.
WARNING LABEL: This program is not a fit for your firm if you…
This approach is much different than accountancy, where clients hire competent experts that tell them what to do. In contrast, professional coaches assume the coachee is the expert on their life. This makes sense. Afterall, you know your aspirations, challenges, and relationships better than anyone else.
There are enough people telling you who to become. This program creates the space for you to explore matters of the heart and eliminate any obstacles that come in the way of you performing at your best- whether that be on the job or at the testing center.
Learn more about how coaching supports CPA exam success in this article authored by Amber Setter. If you’ve been struggling to pass the exam since the pandemic began, listen to this past podcast interview on studying for the exam during a crisis.