There's a phrase I use a lot: happy problem. It describes my predicament when I've got two or more (maybe many more) good choices. I've had this problem at pastry shops and I've had this problem when judging which advisors have had the most profound impact on the profession.
This should be the case given the numbers of advisors in the country - there should be an extraordinary handful who are making the work of all planners more valuable, more valued, more efficient, more accurate, more rewarding and more enjoyable. The winners of Financial Planning Pro Bono Awards a few months ago fit that bill, and so do the six winners of this year's Financial Planning Influencer Awards.
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