Meet, mingle and brainstorm with your peers - other top-performing women advisors from around the country. The next Women Advisors Forum, set for Oct. 30 in Boston, will feature a panel of million-dollar women advisors leading attendees in a brainstorming and problem-solving session.

The session will be just one highlight of the daylong gathering, which promises to empower and inspire women through cutting-edge content.

"Do you know the greatest fear of women today?" Ann Hughes, founder of the Female Affect, a consulting and coaching firm in Dallas, asked participants at the Dallas WAF in May. "Running out of money and being homeless. Really? I mean come on. And men's greatest fear is public speaking."

The Boston event will also include presentations on the top five mistakes women make while being recruited, an update on FINRA client communication rules and a panel with four million-dollar women planners sharing their strategies for success.

To join the Women Advisors Forum community and for more details on the event at the Hyatt Regency in Boston, as well as the forum set for Nov. 15 in Newport Beach, Calif., visit

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