Welcome to another episode of Take Note, where we interview entrepreneurs and change-makers moving their industries forward.

Today, I have the pleasure of being joined by Amir Marmar, founder of JFDI Accountants. You’ll learn a little more about what JFDI stands for later (I don’t want to spoil it).

Amir is an accountant by trade, but really he is no-bs business whisperer. A corporate refugee, Amir went started JFDI in 2012 in Las Vegas. Since then he has grown the company to many employees with a robust abc-office fully remote staff—and this is before the pandemic, when we had options.

Amir breaks down his success in to four categories: team, relationships, responsiveness, and high quality results. And I guess you can saw those categories are encapsulated by his personal mantra of “Hustle, Hustle, Hustle.”

There is just so much to dive into with Amir and his fascinating background as a professional poker player, I simply can’t do his story justice, so it is time for me to shut up and hand the mic over to the man you are here for.

Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, Amir Marmar.

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