It’s hard to believe the year is half over and it certainly hasn’t been dull. While we’re all looking for more certainty out of Washington, the Fed, the markets and the global arena, there are some things you can control on the thought leadership, practice development front and personal productivity fronts. Here’s what’s been keeping you and your peers up at night.
Top Posts of 2017
Online Marketing B2Beat (HB Publishing & Marketing)
1. Avoid These Written and Spoken Credibility Killers
2. I Jumped Out of a Plane (and other calculated risks)
4. Don’t Understand Millennials and Money? Wait ‘Till Gen Z Shows Up at Your Office
5. The Need for Simplicity
6. Advanced Planning Articles for Wealth Advisors
7. The Upside of Taking a Break
8. You Are What You Write
9. The Power of Content Calendars
10. Why We Can’t Look Away from Our Screens
“Spot on post,” noted Thomas Greve, Business Development Manager at EMS World. Another pet peeve, said Greve is “’lets’ nip it in the butt,’ instead of ‘nip it in the bud’ as in a plant reference. Drives me nuts!”
Understanding NextGen and learning to unplug
Understanding the younger generation’s money priorities and financial advisor expectations is clearly challenging for many of your and your colleagues. While everyone’s trying to keep up with the 24/7 news cycle and the always-connected work life, you told us loud and clear that you’re very interested in simplifying your lives, learning to unplug from technology, taking strategic breaks and taking calculated risks even while on vacation.
Thanks so much for reading and sharing your comments. Let us know if there are any other topics you’d like us to cover. Keep reading. Never stop learning. Never stop challenging yourself. And for Chrissake, put down your device once in a while. Just experience the world with your own eyes and ears. If you see something remarkable, just preserve it in your memory. You don’t need to take a selfie or post it ad nauseam to all your social media platforms.
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