The first episode of the relaunch of I Love Bookkeeping sees new co-hosts Hannah Robinson and Melissa Honan share their stories and how they have gotten to where they are today, and they discuss what they’ll bring to the show. [1:10] New podcast...
The first episode of the relaunch of I Love Bookkeeping sees new co-hosts Hannah Robinson and Melissa Honan share their stories and how they have gotten to where they are today, and they discuss what they’ll bring to the show.
[1:10] New podcast co-host Melissa Honan is a mom of two children, a dog, and a cat
[2:17] Melisa discusses how she began working with her husband Daniel
[4:46] Online Bookkeep, the company Melissa is the CEO of, has some impressive numbers: 115 monthly clients, approximately $107,000 in monthly recurring fees, three departments (Bookkeeping, Account Management, and Tax), and it’s a team of 17. Today, the business has about $1.4 million in annual revenue.
[6:12] Melissa and her family are currently in Mexico for a few weeks and are considering which place they want to call “home” next
[8:03] Melissa, who is a former workaholic, is deliberate about defending her personal life, and she doesn’t shy away from putting her children first
[9:23] Even though she isn’t a bookkeeper anymore, Melissa is clear on how she’d like to provide value to the I Love Bookkeeping podcast listeners
[10:19] Hannah Robinson, who is Atlanta born and bred, was a hair and makeup artist working long hours before she entered the bookkeeping space. And, like Melissa, she wasn’t prioritizing having a life outside her career.
[12:13] Hannah talks about the impact of organizing the first in-person meeting during the summer. She got to meet people whose stories she could listen to carefully and get inspired by.