The most important shit you need to know about her, written by Jett Steward Williams
If pocket people are ever a thing, the model based on Bri will stay sold out.
That’s because she’s a tiny little force of nature. Everything about her says “I am a person to be reckoned with.” In case you’re not aware of Brianna’s deadly mixture of radness, let me sketch it for you: She’s fierce and funny and loving, she will not take your shit, and she will love you right where you’re at.
Not only that, if you’re one of her people, she will love enough to not let you stay where you’re at if there’s somewhere better to point your nose or plant your ass.
I don’t want to keep company with people who will lie to me to make me feel better. I want people in my life who care enough to answer the questions I ask without pulling punches, and without mocking the questions themselves. Bri moves like this instinctively, and can be trusted implicitly to extend honesty with a gloved hand. And, without even being asked, she’ll whip out a party horn with the other hand and whoop it up on your behalf.
One time when I was worried about money she had a pizza delivered to my house because I said tearfully, “What if I can never afford pizza again?” See? She’s got jokes AND heart. (And she sent pepperoni with extra sauce because she’s perfect at Knowing.)
Another time, she shaved close to four grand off my tax bill due to her ridiculous prowess with numbers and deft navigation of IRS requirements and best practices.
Brianna has been one of the best gifts the internet has ever given to the world, and I could not be prouder to partner with her.
And I mean, how cool is the name Brianna Bond?
“Brianna Bond … your partner in intrigue, ass-kicking, and a Damn Fine Time™.”
My work background
In the way, way back (2008), I taught myself accounting to escape a life chained to a desk in someone else’s office. I was a single mom to two young kids and a nursing student (that didn’t work out) and trying to manage working a “normie” job on top of all that was just not happening. I needed to create my own schedule and workflow. I knew a little bit about QuickBooks from my time as a semi-truck repossession agent (a story for another day, my friends), so I picked up the little knowledge I had and ran with it.
Somewhere in the midst of that— maybe 2015?— my ex-husband and I built and sold a very successful WordPress development agency. A lot of the best people I know were contacts from that time, and although I never expected to stay in the WordPress economy, I also couldn’t just walk away from the amazing people and the knowledge/skills I’d gained during that project. So now I have a partnership project, ScoutDocs— the best damn file sharing plugin for WordPress.
A decade later, my virtual accounting agency, serving entrepreneurs exclusively, is still kicking. While numbers were my first love, Ledger has grown and I have moved into a management role there, only mildly hands-on.
Now, most of my time is spent on OwnerFlow, my customized scaling program for business owners ready to take things to the next level, and The Limit Breakers Club, my facebook group for support while you scale.
Semi-truck repo agent. Student. Mom. Accountant. Development agency owner; plugin founder. Business scaling coach. Person with business FOMO? Mayhap.