There are two types of independent financial advisors: the income statement entrepreneur and the balance sheet entrepreneur. Steve Sanduski asks: which one are you and why?
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Steve Sanduski, The Prosperous Advisor, says that advisors who want to reach the pinnacle of their profession need to make sure the under the hood of their office is as excellent as the shiny exterior their clients see.
Steve Sanduski, The Prosperous Advisor, says advisors who fall victim to confirmation bias could be doing themselves and their clients a great disservice.
Steve Sanduski, The Prosperous Advisor, offers up five suggestions for financial advisors who have successfully grown their business for years but now find themselves stuck and unable to achieve the level of success they truly desire.
Steve Sanduski, The Prosperous Advisor, says too many advisors are stuck in a pattern thats keeping them from making new connections and reaching their full potential. Here are five tips to help break that cycle.
Steve Sanduski, The Prosperous Advisor, offers up advice for fast-growing firms experiencing big company issues that can either derail their practices or, if handled properly, start them on a new growth curve.
Steve Sanduski, the Prosperous Advisor, says its important for financial advisors who want to succeed to understand the why behind each of their goals. They also must ask themselves if theyre setting these goals for the right reasons and whether theyre in the best interests of their clients.
Typically, it takes a storm to disengage the autopilot and force advisors into making positive changes in their life. But Steve Sanduski, the Prosperous Advisor, says its important for financial advisors to be proactive about improving their lives and their practice before its too late.
Steve Sanduski, the Prosperous Advisor, says advisors should use the English language in inspirational ways to motivate prospects and get them off the fence to become a client. Hes not talking about slick manipulation but about choosing your words carefully so you succinctly impart your message and create a positive feeling and mental picture in your prospects mind.
From the 1960s to the 1980s, Japan was on a roll. They had one of the highest economic growth rates in the world. Their manufacturing prowess grew to be the envy of the world. Their stock market soared 373 percent between 1980 and its peak in 1989. And, like China today, there were predictions that Japan would overtake the United States as the largest economy in the world. But, as The Prosperous Advisor Steve Sanduski points out, times sure have changed.