When I was first being trained in marketing myself as an advisor, I was told not to spend much time getting to know other advisors. Rather, I should spend as much time as possible meeting with prospects.

I didn’t completely agree with that advice then, and I still don’t. In fact, I've seen my relationships with peers pay off twice  recently.

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