If you’re exploring the idea of entrepreneurship, never underestimate the power of relationships.
We all understand how making the right connections at the right time can lead to opportunities we didn’t envision. When you’re considering starting a small business, these connections become even more important–offering strategic alliances that can create greater success than you imagined.
In this episode of Private Practices in Maine, Michael interviews guest Michael Royer, MST, CPA. Michael moved to Maine from Texas 35 years ago to pursue entrepreneurship, leaving behind a position at a Fortune 100 company. Today, he is President of Royer Advisors & Accountants, a CPA firm in southern Maine that specializes in dental practices. Together, they discuss the initial struggles and challenges of owning your own practice, and what it takes to overcome those hard times.
Relationships matter, and they emphasize the importance of investing in and building strong relationships with your team, clients, and network. They can change your future if you’re willing to recognize their influence.
In this episode, you will hear:
- The pivotal moment that caused Michael Royer to become an entrepreneur and the struggles he endured as he tried to get his business off the ground
- The power and value of strong connections with clients and business partners and how it impacts the ability of a business to provide comprehensive services
- The process and significance of rebranding a business, including insights on the behind-the-scenes decisions that are involved
- His foray into the dental industry and what led him to it
- Why it’s important to have a team you can trust and rely on
Resources from this Episode
Website – malloyfirmmaine.com
Phone – (207) 333-6700
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