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Jack G. Lee III, CPA is a partner of ConvergenceCoaching, LLC, a national consulting firm dedicated to developing leaders and transforming teams through coaching, practice consulting, strategic planning and learning and development. Jack brings proven leadership and business development capabilities and is committed to delivering comprehensive solutions to help our clients grow and succeed.
Aug 30 2018

Difficult Conversations You Must Have

2018-08-30T08:39:47-05:00August 30th, 2018|Leadership, Personal Development|

The world is full of conflict.  We are surrounded by it 24/7. Sometimes we see it clearly, while other times it is more “under the surface.” In all human interactions and relationships, there is some level of conflict that drives the ongoing need to have difficult, uncomfortable, sometimes even painful conversations. Here are just a [...]

Jun 21 2018

Keeping seems easy. Stopping is hard. Starting even harder.

2018-06-21T09:50:28-05:00June 21st, 2018|Leadership, Personal Development|

“Keep, Stop, Start” is a useful format or formula for analyzing and evaluating any job, position, project, process or venture, or anything you’re doing, playing, possessing, owning or working on in your life.  For ease of discussion, let’s simply refer to all of these as your “things.” Keep, Stop, Start is a handy way to [...]

Feb 7 2018

You Set Your Goals, Then Busy Season Happens…

2018-02-07T10:56:14-06:00February 7th, 2018|Leadership, Personal Development, Transformational Leadership|

Accounting and tax professionals call this time of the year the “busy season.”  But since we’re chronically busy year round, shouldn’t January through April actually be referred to as the “busier season?”  One thing I know for sure:  when it comes to working and progressing on our personal and professional goals, busy season is an [...]

Oct 11 2017

CPA Firm Practice Economics - 5 Key Levers

2017-10-11T08:11:25-05:00October 11th, 2017|Current Affairs, Leadership|

CPA firms are simple and complex at the same time. Simple because they consist primarily of people – the clients and the professionals. Granted, firms also require workspace and technology to operate, grow and succeed, but people are the primary value drivers. CPA firms are also complex for the same reason they are simple:  because [...]

Jul 26 2017

We Don’t Have All the Time In the World

2017-07-26T11:55:55-05:00July 26th, 2017|Personal Development|

This week I had my six-month dental check-up. Laying in the chair with the light in my eyes and various dental “paraphernalia” in my mouth, I discovered that the dental chair is a good place for reflecting back on the past six months and looking ahead to the next six. “How’s your summer?” asked Kathy, [...]

Aug 31 2016

Time Flies: So Don’t Wait To Get Started!

2016-08-31T07:45:15-05:00August 31st, 2016|HR/Organizational Development, Leadership, Next Generation, Personal Development, Transformational Leadership|

This summer, I had the opportunity to share “words of wisdom” with several high school graduates all of whom had plans to attend college this fall.  I simply said to each one, “Now you understand how fast four years goes by.”  And each graduate gave me a look that confirmed their deep understanding of exactly [...]

Jun 15 2016

Happy Father's Day - It's Not Too Late!

2016-06-15T11:47:40-05:00June 15th, 2016|Leadership, Personal Development|

When I was young, I knew my dad loved me both by his actions and his words.  He taught me how to throw a ball and tie my shoes. He spent time and played games with me.  He let me help him on his projects even though I wasn’t helpful.  He took me with him [...]

Jan 27 2016

Goal Achieved? So What’s Next?

2016-01-27T23:37:29-06:00January 27th, 2016|Leadership, Personal Development|

In my last blog, I examined what is essential to goal setting and achieving, and concluded that “telling others” was the most important and essential action you can take. Yes, it is important and necessary to set big, hairy, “stretch” goals, while also being realistic about your current “as is” state or condition. And it [...]

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