BOSTON - Referrals may be the engine that generates net new assets, but too many advisers are afraid to ask for them, according to one expert.
"Asking for help is seen as a sign of weakness," Bill Cates, president of Referral Coach International, said at LPL Financial's annual Focus conference. "But it shouldn't be. Asking for help is actually a sign of strength."
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