We had an enlightening week of articles. These are the ones that we particularly enjoyed. We encourage you to check them out and be social!
Are You Making These 10 Tax Return Mistakes? Tax time is just around the corner as we celebrate the beginning of April. Mike Eklund and Chad Smith remind us that the IRS will never send you money that you missed on your tax return.
Sheryl Brown tells us Why You Need to Stop Keeping up With Your Competitors. Read on as she exclaims, “Whatever you DO … just STOP worrying about your competitors. You aren’t them. As the saying goes – Not your circus; not your monkey.”
It’s been a tough few weeks for social media companies. “Social media has a tough climb to regain users’ trust, and that has a direct impact on how brands can use these platforms to get their messages out,” says Bonnie Clark. Check out Social Media Has Major Work to Do to Win Back Users and Brands.
A successful leader often relies on referent power to influence people because it most effectively breeds credibility. Are you interested in how you’re interacting with people or only in what you can get from them? If so, Dr. Nicole Lipkin helps you out in The Kind of Power That Builds Influence.
Bill Bachrach suggests we Look Beyond Impact Investing to Impact Advising. Impact Advising is financial advice that aims to generate deep psychological and emotional fulfillment for clients, in addition to financial goal achievement. Facsinating.
Are We Cultivating a Culture of Fear in Our Children? In this article, Krishna Pendyala talks about an underlying sense of fear that is instilled in many of us from childhood. And it stems from two benign loving words …
In today’s day and age, selling financial products and advice is as difficult as ever before. That’s why it’s important to read Content Marketing Could Be the Most Powerful Tool for Financial Agents, by Andrew Chung
High-growth CPA firms are getting greater results from digital and content marketing than their no-growth peers. These are firms that grew 20% or more for at least three consecutive years. What can Advisors learn from this? Candis Roussel gives us an outline in What Advisors Can Learn From the Marketing of High Growth CPAs.
Are You Your Own Worst Enemy When It Comes to Money? Economist Benjamin Graham may have said it best: “The investor’s chief problem—and even his worst enemy—is likely to be himself.” Aaron Williams attempts to help us solve this problem that can limit that voice in the back of our heads that can have such a destructive impact on our money habits.
Ted Rubin says that small businesses have a big future to look forward to in today’s market. Read The Opportunity for Large Online Retailers and Small Traditional Retailers to Succeed Together and find out how online mega-retailers can help SMBs.
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