I’m aboard a Southwest Airlines flight as I write this, winging my way home from the Garrett Planning Network’s 11th annual retreat. This year, Sheryl Garrett and approximately 130 network members (record attendance) gathered in Denver for just under three days to share ideas and talk about what’s working in their businesses.

Allan Roth, who has dubbed himself “the dull investor," was the opening keynote speaker. An hourly-only planner, Roth hails from Colorado Springs. While he is not a member of the Garrett Planning Network, he embraces the no-commissions / hourly-advice mantra that founder Sheryl Garrett has championed since 1999.

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