Many advisors begin their professional lives in other fields — some seemingly far removed from financial planning. But having learned another trade may yield skills that turn out to be useful in advising clients about their finances.
An eclectic set of eight advisors who migrated from other professions — from a geologist to a TV saleswoman to a policy analyst for a Canadian prime minister — cite key skills honed in their prior careers that have helped distinguish them as planners.
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