There are so many things to do, so many activities to perform, so many actions to take to build your business. But are you considering how you should think about your business? Are you putting in the required thinking time in order to hone your strategic vision? It’s the old cautionary tale of a person putting in superhuman effort to climb a great mountain only to discover that he’d climbed the wrong mountain. Are you climbing the right mountain right now?
In the first quarter of 2021 our monthly webinars had a recurring theme, “Clarity”! Thomas Leonard said, “Clarity affords Focus”. Scott and Sean provided examples of this in their monthly topics.
The type of client you choose to serve will have numerous direct and indirect effects on the type of business you build. Everything from the kind of office space you occupy, the marketing efforts you employ, even the types of client events you host, will be impacted by the ‘who’ in your business model. The various pieces of your business must be tightly aligned with the people you choose to serve, or the disconnect will become quite noticeable over time, especially to your clients.
Have you ever heard of a perpetual motion machine? Well, it’s a hypothetical machine that can do work infinitely without an external energy source. It operates by feeding on itself and using its own energy to perform tasks over and over again. It sounds amazing but why is it impossible? Apparently, it violates the first and or second laws of thermodynamics. I share this because we’re intent on building a near-perpetual motion marketing machine for your business. In this case, it’s possible because it has a very crucial ingredient to allow it to work: you.
The obstacles facing advisors over the past year have been well-documented but we want to keep pushing for solutions to continue growing your business. Today we’re joined by Bill Johnson, an author, educator, and tremendous marketing consultant, to explain his LogicTrac process and how to apply it to your business.
The transition from working with prospects and clients in-person to a virtual setting has been challenging for every advisor. Changes bring growing pains and learning experiences, but it’s essential for the future of your business. Today we bring on Daniel Allgaier, CFP®, from our team to talk about his experience teaching virtual classes and the process he uses to get prepared.
Dan Kennedy once said, “Wealth can be based on many different things...but most wealth is fueled by a reliable, effective marketing apparatus, system, and plan.” This has been and continues to be the premise of Emerging Advisor. For without people to share your message with, what then is the point of your message?
In last month’s webinar, we featured a special guest Jennifer Dougan, Owner, Elevated Retirement Group; Marketing Coordinator, Elevated Retirement Group; and former Retirement Elevated manager. The webinar focused on Jennifer's 5 strategies for "Planning a Successful 2021."
Here we are, at the outset of another year. Each New Year is full of promise, hope, and maybe even a bit of fear of the unknown. While we all share the same mixture of feelings, we all would like this year to be our best year somehow. So how can we do our best to start 2021 in the right mindset for growth? My best advice is to choose a theme.