What if running an advisory firm felt more like managing a strong college squad, known for its teamwork, rather than a team that merely celebrated its all-stars? What if your entire crew took joy in rallying together, applauded each member’s successes and celebrated winning new clients?

Strong teams, not stars, deliver the best service, and these engaged workers offer the best chance for future growth. When employees pool resources, a firm can deliver better service. And when clients are seen as clients of the firm, rather than clients of an individual, there’s more flexibility to work on their needs based upon staff capacity, skill set, and cost.

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