Simple Strategy to Map Out Your Success in 2017
In this podcast episode, learn how you can create the time and space in your schedule to actually accomplish your 2017 goals.
Is the start of the year already daunting? Getting everything in order can be as easy as getting a giant wall calendar to map out the year ahead.
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Most Read IRIS Articles of the Week (February 13-17)
Here’s a look at the Top 11 Most Viewed Articles of the Week on IRIS.xyz, February 6-10, 2017
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Some advisors say they want to stand out from the crowd—but they’re fibbing. They really want to look and sound like everybody else. — Megan Carpenter
Market volatility is normal. And though we can’t predict the future, volatility in the coming years is a safe bet. Clients look to you, their advisor, to build investment portfolios that can help them navigate through unstable times. — Chris Shuba
When I was much younger, I used to sail boats up in Gosford. They were called Sabots, small, snub-nosed craft which at first I sailed with another kid, then later on my own. — Stewart Bell
What's wrong with earning a commission from the sale of a financial product? Nothing. It isn’t any more inappropriate than a car salesperson earning a commission when you buy a vehicle. — Rick Kahler
For your clients seeking income, today’s environment is a tricky one.Interest rates are climbing, fixed-income yields are still low, and equities are at higher levels than they’ve ever been. — Salvatore Bruno
While I am a fan of “measuring to manage well”, some things just can’t be measured accurately. That’s why I believe we should forget what the ROI of social media is, in the conventional sense. — Tony Vidler
To say there is a lot going on in the world right now is probably an understatement. The current events of the moment are so cumbersome and so complex that for many it has become emotionally and physically taxing. — Janine Truitt
I’ve spoken before about random acts of kindness; the unexpected things that you can do for a client and today, I would like to share seven of these with you. — Rachel Staggs
No matter what they verbalize, new clients’ biggest question is always, “Can I trust you?” — Paul Kingsman
Dear Adviser, I’ve spent my whole life as a millennial, or at least as long as the generational classification has existed, but you haven’t seemed to notice. Your ads and your marketing materials prove you don’t understand me. — Alex Nye
Have you seen Simon Sinek’s response to the “Millennial question” on Inside Quest? As with any viral video, there have been a great number of reactions to it. — Nicole Anglace
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