You know your practice has reached a crucial turning point when you have to choose between serving your clients and growing your business — because you no longer have enough time and resources to do both.

Many of the advisors we work with at my consulting firm come to us out of frustration that they have built the wrong organizational structure to support their firm. This often becomes a conversation about whether this is the right time to hire a professional manager to help run their business operations, freeing the advisor to spend more time with clients and to develop new client relationships.

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