John J. Hall, CPA, is an author, speaker and results expert who presents around the world at conventions, corporate meetings and association events.
Throughout his 38-year career as a business consultant, corporate executive and professional speaker, John has helped organizations and individuals achieve measurable results. He inspires audience members in corporations, not-for-profit organizations and professional associations to step up, take action and “do what you can.”
John balances his demanding travel schedule with extended stays at home in Colorado where he and his wife Kris enjoy biking, hiking, snowshoeing and snowboarding.
A Personal Message From John
“You can achieve so much by simply doing what you can – right here, right now.”
As a fact-based businessman and Certified Public Accountant, I like the world to make sense. I’ve spent many hours with corporate leaders, company owners, and other hard working men and women discussing their challenges and goals. I’ve seen hundreds of people reach their goals – and just as many fail. And there’s a pattern!
I realized that successful people:
- Take an objective look at their current situation
- Clarify their destination, so they clearly understand where they want to go
- Paint a crystal-clear vision of what they want to achieve, complete with colorful details
- Write down their goals in a simple plan
- Act on the plan (surprisingly, many people don’t!)
- Measure their progress and adjust their course as necessary
Successful people clarify their goals, take action – and keep up the momentum to achieve extraordinary results!
These purposeful people have learned how to accomplish business or career goals, make substantive changes in their personal relationships, improve their health, and much more.
Inspired by a quote by one of my heroes …
Teddy Roosevelt had a reputation for putting important ideas into simple language. One of his quotes resonated with me, at a deep level. In fact, this powerful quote inspired me to name the Do What You Can System:
“Do what you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.”
Ready to be the best you can be?
You don’t have to make changes. However, you are responsible for the quality of your life. To achieve the degree of quality you want, you need to decide on the changes to make. It’s time to bring those thoughts of improvement to light, make them a priority, and turn them into reality. It’s time to do what you can. It’s time to take a few simple steps to achieve extraordinary results!