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How does culture create lasting success?
by Tony Vidler If you doubt that culture can create lasting success, then consider this: Imagine a sports team (or club if you prefer) that competed continuously for well over 100 years and during that time had a winning record against all comers of over 83%? The best that every nation on earth can […]
To Friend or Not-Friend With Clients on Social Media?
by Tony Vidler Connecting with clients on social media can lead to closer relationships and even genuine friendships , which equals greater lifetime value of the client, right? But then….it can kill professional client relationships too. So what is the right thing to do when it comes to befriending clients on social channels; […]
Your Constant Output Problem Is Usually Really An Input Problem
by Tony Vidler We like constant output…constant revenue coming in the door is the output we seek right? Too often financial advice businesses struggle to achieve constant output though…it gets a bit “peak and trough”. Well…when we have a repeated problem – like inconsistent results – we need a process. Why? […]
by Tony Vidler It is hard work perhaps but creating strategic alliances is one of the smartest business building moves a practice can make. Perhaps it is because it is not an easy or quick thing to do that so many professional services businesses never do it, but those that do reap the rewards […]
The Advisory Practice Of The Future: Advisers Should Include Robo’s
by Tony Vidler Robo’s are a threat to advice businesses in much the same way that a chilly bin is a threat to the sale of refrigerators. Most of us own both and use both, right? The advisory practice of the future will also be embracing multiple ways of delivering what consumers want…sometimes a […]
by Tony Vidler Given some of the trends in financial services there must be serious questions about how to accurately value a practice of a financial adviser. The short answer to what is an accurate value of any practice will of course always be “whatever a buyer is willing to pay, and which you […]
by Tony Vidler Advisers underestimate the importance of frequent client contact and “Frequent contact” is in itself a phrase that is interpreted differently amongst advisers. So how often is “frequent”? How often is often enough? For a long while the mantra was “be in touch every 90 days”, but that was in a […]
by Tony Vidler How can you tell if you are just having a bad day on the job, or whether it is time to move on from the job completely? There’s no escaping the fact that even in great jobs that we love, there are days where things just don’t go the way […]
by Tony Vidler There is something that financial advisers are proving to be not good at doing: That is “Being There”. In this country Statistics NZ compile data from the census every few years and there is a standout statistic that should have financial advisers getting much busier: 7 out of 10 adult consumers […]
by Tony Vidler Maintaining consistent production of new revenue isn’t quite a formula – it’s a process thankfully. The process for continual positive performance is actually relatively straightforward and anybody can understand it and anybody can use it easily, unlike formula’s…. Even in challenging times where there is significant volatility and uncertainty, business continues […]