Interview with John Briggs, Founder and CEO of Incite Tax

John Briggs is not just known for his expressive t-shirts, but for going against the big 4 Accounting firms with his “new workday normal” Rockstar business culture and jaw-dropping quarterly revenue increases of 492%!

But how did he do it? Many people have been dying to know John’s secrets. Fear not, because he recently composed all his stellar business advice, from epic failures to his greatest successes, into his new book, The 3.3 Rule – A New Workday Normal.

Through his 12+ years of Entrepreneurship he has learned that achieving a highly profitable business can be overwhelming, particularly with all the barriers and unknowns that new business owners are forced to deal with. Entrepreneurs can quickly become stressed and often, sadly, give up on the mission that they set out for because of burnout. In much the same way that the body needs blood to survive, our economy needs small businesses, the economy’s lifeblood, to stay healthy and grow more resilient.

John Briggs is a man on a mission! A mission to give entrepreneurs a new workday standard, so they avoid burnout and stay in business. The 3.3 Rule book showcases how to make more, by working less. He “walks the walk” by battling against the traditional CPA culture of “overwork, underpaid, pay your dues and suffer while you’re at it” mentality by providing his team with this same new workday normal, even during busy tax season!

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Mike Saunders, MBA

Mike Saunders is the Authority Positioning Coach at Marketing Huddle, the author of Amazon Bestselling book Authority Selling™, Adjunct Marketing Professor at several Universities, contributor to The Huffington Post, and member of the Forbes Coaches Council – an invitation-only community for the World’s Most Influential Business Coaches.