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“Five Eyes on the Fence: Human Capital” Featured on RBI Website

RSJ founding partner Tony Rose is not just an experienced accountant, he is also the author of two books: "Say Hello the Elephants" and "Five Eyes on the Fence." His thesis that a business's success must be measured not just by Financial capital, but by...

Micro Promises

Most of us keep our big promises, but all too often, we make tons of tiny little “micro-promises” that we either never keep....

President-Elect Trump’s Impact on Your Taxes

While some are happy and some are protesting the election of Donald Trump as our next president, one thing is certain: Changes will be made to the tax and business climate. Many are speculating about what might happen, but no one really knows what President-Elect...

At Level

June is employee review month at Rose, Snyder & Jacobs. It is a month of reflection, recounting, and projection....

Please, Oh Please: Let the Air Escape!

I have always been a loud talker. The employees who sit in cubicles outside my office can attest to this. Why, just this morning alone, they heard more than a few expletives that escaped from the walls of my office. Many of them probably know personal details...

Tapping Into Social Capital for a Great First Impression

Founding Partner Tony Rose has written and spoken about the important role Social Capital plays in the success of your business. So, it is not surprising that at RSJ we place a great deal of importance on your first point of contact with our firm. Meet...

Pain Denial Syndrome (PDS) – One of the Best Kept Dirty Little Secrets

Our great friend and mentor, Dr. Brad Spencer of Spencer, Shenk, Capers, has spent a lifetime considering and counseling business executives. He recently shared this previously unpublished article on suffering. He has given me permission to share his wisdom with all of our friends and...

On the Passing of My Son

My son was taken from us on July 27, 2015. He was just one month and one day shy of his twenty-ninth birthday. The loss was extreme and shocking for everyone who knew him—for his mother and his little sister, for his many friends and...

What’s YOUR Pixie Dust?

My kids are all grown up now (gulp), so it's been a while since I read Peter Pan, but I have to say: I always loved the story. The thought that you could sprinkle a little pixie dust on something and it would magically work,...

Broken Promises

For those of you who know me, it is no secret that I am (well, really, I have been) fat. I wasn't obese, but I have been heavy for as long as I can remember....

Deep Thoughts on Thoughtful Disagreement

(and I Dare You to Disagree)I confess that I hate when people disagree with me. For me, the stress of thinking that I might be incorrect gives me the willies. Admitting I might be wrong? ...