Three Things Financial Advisors Can Do To Avoid an Extended Dry Spell

Last week, I wrote about using vacations and “vacation substitutes” as a way to become more creative  and articulate. I am happy to report that I returned home from my vacation to the Florida Keys with a new sense of vigor and focus. Happily, the daffodils, crocus and an array of flowering trees were in full bloom when we arrived home, with 75-degree weather here in Kansas City.

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