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to trip up many ac­count­ing pro­fes­sion­als and their or­ga­ni­za­tions,” said Natasha Scham­berger, CEO and pres­i­dent of the Kansas So­ci­ety of CPAS. “We know that these trends will not rest but we can swiftly adapt our roles and our teams

through a keen sense of aware­ness, ac­tion and ad­ven­ture:

“Aware­ness: If we get in the habit of reg­u­larly look­ing up from the im­por­tant work on our desks to eval­u­ate the im­pact and op­por­tu­ni­ties these trends have, then we can quickly align our mind­sets with new re­al­i­ties so we can con­tinue our im­por­tant work as crit­i­cal ad­vi­sors into the fu­ture.”

“Ac­tion: We can think for­ward but act now by de­sign­ing a plan for our teams that re­sponds to per­ti­nent sig­nals of change by eval­u­at­ing where we are, where we need to go, and what daily progress looks like to get to there.”

“Ad­ven­ture: Let’s find our sense of ad­ven­ture. We do not know ex­actly what to ex­pect but that’s the thrill of ex­plor­ing new pos­si­bil­i­ties!”

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