Browsing articles in "Advisor Differentiation"

Book Excerpt: The Pursuit of Absolute Engagement

Jan 19, 2017

If you’re an advisor who (unintentionally) lets your business run you, rather than the other way around, there’s hope. Today, I’m sharing a chapter from Julie Littlechild’s new book, The Pursuit of Absolute Engagement.

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Exclusive Preview: Goals-based Investing Survey Results

In our recent survey of high-net-worth and penta-millionaire investors, the questions focused on their perceptions of goals-based investing. The results might have you reconsidering your New Year’s resolutions.

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Why Clients Should be on Your Lunch Menu (So to Speak)

Jan 12, 2017

You can’t build a strong relationship with your clients by meeting them once a year. Maybe you can take a page out of my advisor’s playbook.

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Advisor Resolution 2017: Be Great at One Thing

The problem with any list of New Year’s resolutions is just that – it’s a list. What if, instead, you implemented a program around one goal, created accountability and made it a part of your daily life? I have a few ideas to get you started.

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Readers’ Choice: The Most Popular Posts of 2016 (Part 2)

Dec 27, 2016

In our last post, we started a countdown of the top posts of 2016 – and I suggested enjoying them over some cocoa. What the heck… today, let’s break out […]

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Readers’ Choice: The Most Popular Posts of 2016 (Part 1)

Dec 22, 2016

We know that many of you take time during the holidays to catch up on reading that you may have missed during the year. This week and next, we’ll be highlighting the top 10 posts from 2016 (countdown style).

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Advisor Skeptics, Why You Should Care About Millennials

Dec 20, 2016

I know there are still skeptics out there, wondering why you should bother with millennials. If you need convincing, here’s why 3 advisors are expanding their client bases.

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Myths, Hidden Risks and the Fiduciary Rule

Dec 15, 2016

There are only 55 business days between the presidential inauguration and the implementation of the DOL Rule. Chances are good that the law will survive in some form, so you should plan for it – and avoid getting tripped up by fallacies about the rule.

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3 Lessons to Win the Day (and Maybe Some Business) with Your Next Client Event

Dwight D. Eisenhower was right: “Plans are nothing. Planning is everything.” If you want to host an event to thank your clients (or get new ones), make sure you do your homework first.

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Virtual Advisors: The Robo Threat is Real

Dec 6, 2016

You’ve heard me say before that robos are good for advisors. The advice pie has become bigger and the players either have new or bigger slices. It’s been sunbeams and rainbows all around – until now.

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