Most people long for deep and meaningful relationships and yet are ever puzzled as to why they don’t work as well as they should. The missing ingredient, preventing individuals and teams from going deeper, is trust.
Our words have tremendous power in the lives of others. The cascading consequences of our words will show up somewhere else in life and either help us or hurt us.
The difference between a good company and a great one is its people–providing the right human incentive systems is what ultimately creates a great company.
Currently, there is an increasing trend toward people searching to find greater meaning in their lives. Gradually, more and more people are having the courage to do it and not just talk about it. But it can be difficult to understand the steps that need to be taken to find more meaning without a plan, and understanding where you are ‘now’ and what needs to be done to reach your quality life goals.
Sonia Arrison tells us that living longer lifespans will affect all aspects of society. In her book, 100+ , Arrison acknowledges that doubling ones lifespan and working years may sound overwhelming, however economists at the University of Chicago have demonstrated that longer lives mean greater wealth.
The wise advisor will be aware that in a competitive New Behavioral Economy, knowing client Communication Styles will be the key to increasing revenues and having less personal frustration from playing mind games in figuring out the client. It will then come down to the tactics that get employed to know the client.
The difference between what the advisor said and what the client heard will be attributable to the behavioral lens of each. The communication of products and solutions must be adapted.
The winds of change are moving fast through the modern economy, and this includes the financial services industry. What we are seeing is the emergence of the New Behavioral Economy – where the client is king and behavioral finance is in. This means the approach to providing financial services will become client centered and will […]
For advisors, growing your financial planning business is about getting more of the right clients who you can profitably serve on a sustained basis. This means you must have financial planning clients who will pay for the value you provide and will allow you to do so efficiently and with minimum wasted energy. I am […]