Learn what’s working now for advisors looking to grow their businesses in this talk with Patrick Tucker, 7-figure wealth manager and financial advisor coach and educator. You’ll learn how to really find the niche you’ll be most successful in serving, the mindset that traps many advisors and limits their success, what’s the most important thing to have on your website, and more. To get your free copy of Patrick’s book, "The Evolved Advisor," visit https://www.truemeasure.info/ellen
Retired market analyst Walter Deemer has weathered every bear and bull market of the last half century. Author of Horsesmouth’s “Daily Deemer Report” for nearly two decades, here he discusses his new book, "When the Time Comes to Buy, You Won’t Want To", and what advisors should be thinking about now.
Savvy Tax has gotten lots of questions about the tax brain teaser featured in "How Tax Planning Changes Through Four Stages of Retirement." Jeffrey Levine walks you through the surprising truth about the Social Security tax torpedo, and explains how to use the Presentation User Manual.
Every wondered if you should start your own podcast? It took Mitch Slater 9 years to get it going at UBS, but now it’s a huge success. Listen in and learn the most important reason to do a podcast and the wrong reason to do one, how to come up with guests and topics for your show, how to market your show, and how often to do a podcast along with the best length.
In this show, host Ellen Rogin talks with author and consultant Holly Buchanan about how to stay calm and cool in conflict situations and difficult conversations. Learn how to turn conflict situations into relationship building opportunities with clients, what happens to your brain when you get triggered and how to regain control, and why most conflict handling techniques don't work.
Debra Poneman has trained many of the most influential, transformational leaders in the world. Learn from her what “relationship capital” is and how to use it to build your business, the importance of visualizing your goals and when to say “That’s for me!” to get what you picture more quickly, and what not to do if you want to see your vision turn into reality.