By Mindy Diamond – There’s no doubt we have seen a dramatic shift in the industry – the transference of power from the firm to the advisor – yet many advisors still find themselves “lost”. Unsure of how to answer the question, “Should I stay or should I go”, they’re feeling metaphorically handcuffed to their current firms, regardless of the outsized incentive packages being offered by competitors and the ever-growing variety of options that exist in the independent or alternative landscape.
By Deborah Aronson – As a trusted advisor, you’re always thinking three steps ahead in order to ensure that your clients’ needs are met and their expectations exceeded. It would stand to reason that you should do the same for yourself when it comes to your business. So, while you may be running on all cylinders and you worry about getting distracted, conducting due diligence at a time of relative calm is often the most opportune.
By Wendy Leung – Taking the time to step back from the day-to-day demands of the business to assess personal and professional goals is a critical yet often overlooked exercise that can help financial advisors define and achieve their best business life. “But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.”
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