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Practice - Practice Management
The Magic of an Advisory Council
Thursday, October 4, 2012
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OMAHA - The idea of an advisory council leaves many advisors apprehensive, but to generate new ideas, it is critical to speak with clients and prospects on a regular basis to find out what's wrong (and what's right) about your practice.

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