How having a positive attitude leads to financial success for financial advisors

We all remember the magic from Peter Pan. With just a sprinkle of pixie dust, and few happy thoughts, you can fly. Well, the business world isn’t exactly like that. Just thinking happy thoughts won’t make your financial advisor practice soar (neither will pixie dust, by the way). Having a […]
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Changing the Financial Advisor Brain – Creating Future Change

There is one major thing that almost all my financial advisor clients have in common. It’s not their personality – I work with all personality types. It’s not their marital status – I work with single and married clients. And it’s not their geographic location – I work with clients […]
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How Financial Advisors Can Be Better Public Speakers

In my work as a Business Coach for Financial Advisors I often help clients develop Prospecting Strategies that include public speaking. Of course it helps that I am also a professional paid speaker presenting topics such as leadership, prospecting, and branding. There’s nothing like experience and success when guiding my […]
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2 Types of Financial Advisor Motivation

Coaching financial advisors day in and day out, I am very aware of their motivation and work habits which reminds me of a great story. I once had a call from an advisor almost 12 ago who was completely unmotivated about his investment management business. He couldn’t seem to muster […]
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3 End of Year Financial Advisor Tasks

We are approaching the end of the year. There’s no doubt that 2016 has been an unusual year in terms of market growth and the contentious U.S. election. There have been many issues to deal with that have perhaps taken you away from focusing on your business. Late November tends […]
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