Bill Hesch’s entrepreneurial journey and tips for success have been featured in the new book, Goal For It: 30 Paths to Imagine More Success by Syndee Hendricks. The purpose of Goal For It is to help readers achieve their goals by relating to and being motivated by the different authors and their stories that are featured in the book. In this anthology, readers will find invaluable information to help them achieve more success in their lives, both personally and professionally. It features multiple authors from different generations, geographic areas and business arenas who share their tips for achieving their goals and finding success in their lives.

In Bill’s chapter, he shares his entrepreneurial journey and his three keys to success in growing his CPA and law firm firms over the past 24 years. His story begins in May 1993 when he unexpectedly had 30 days to begin billing $10,000 per month for his new CPA and law firm practices that he started in his apartment in Fort Mitchell, Ky. Since this “miracle year” of Bill’s life, he has had tremendous life success. To find out Bill’s three keys to success and learn more about his entrepreneurial journey, click the link here.

Bill Hesch is a CPA, PFS (Personal Financial Specialist), and attorney licensed in Ohio and Kentucky who helps clients with their financial and estate planning.  He also practices elder law, corporate law, Medicaid planning, tax law, and probate in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. His practice area includes Hamilton County, Butler County, Warren County, and Clermont County in Ohio, and Campbell County, Kenton County, and Boone County in Kentucky.

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