Most financial advisors would surely prefer to spend the bulk of their time providing great service to existing clients as opposed to seeking out new business, which is stressful and costly.

And yet, too many advisors spend a great deal of time acquiring clients and not nearly enough time working with clients after they sign on. That may be a huge mistake both in terms of serving existing clients and getting referrals for new ones.

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