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One tactic to make people remember your message…in just another moment…
by Tony Vidler        Ever wondered why infomercials or news broadcasts come up with lines like this: “XYZ Corporation closed its doors on customers today leaving 10,000 without the products they had paid for already…more on that shortly.”   The “more on that shortly” part creates intrigue of course….but the reason why TV stations do this […]
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The Challenge For The Adviser As A Coach
by Tony Vidler        Coaching is about changing behaviour in order to change results.  Advising is telling people what, and perhaps how, something should be done.  Advising is basically “having the answer” and telling someone what it is in its most simple form.  Coaching is a blend of telling and teaching, monitoring and managing, and, […]
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Compliance: Here are the only 3 things that matter
by Tony Vidler         Whenever the topic of the “advice process”, or compliance, comes up most advisers imagine themselves as the plane in this picture: Compiance is largely considered a burden – albeit a necessary one.  As is usually the way of these things a substantial body of documentation has blossomed over the years which […]
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Why Good Content Matters (and what it looks like)
by Tony Vidler        Pretty much every time I get into a discussion with professionals about building up their business they begin by thinking that the answer is “get more prospects“.  There is no doubt that getting more prospective customers helps build a business of course, but what builds a business faster and less stressfully […]
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How to do client video testimonials the right way!
by Tony Vidler        Testimonials are good for business – but we all know that. Video testimonials are even better for business – and not everyone has got THAT yet. Being able to see the body language, and hear the inflections in a clients voice as they talk about their positive experience, are far more […]
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The Value of GETTING Good Advice
by Tony Vidler        If you believe in the value of advice, then it makes sense to believe in the value of getting advice for yourself – or rather, for your business. Nearly every small business can benefit from having a robust governance structure providing strategic input (and insight), additional skills, accountability and excellent risk […]
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How To Coach Your People To Greater Success
by Tony Vidler        One of the best ways to improve results for your firm is to coach your people to greater levels of professional and personal success, rather than merely “managing” them.   There is a huge difference between coaching and managing…and while managing has its place, it is actually only one aspect of […]
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Are You (or your people) Coachable?
by Tony Vidler        I didn’t use to ask this question, but I do now when contemplating taking on new clients:   “I can coach, but are You Coachable?”   It’s a tough question perhaps.  It is certainly a confronting question at the very least.  But is an absolutely necessary question.   It is also […]
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How To Deliver The “Right Advice” In The “Right” Way
by Tony Vidler        Delivering the right advice consists of getting 2 things right: delivering advice that will work for the client, and delivering it in a manner which will result in the client taking action  upon the advice.   Getting both of those right is no simple thing.   The first of them is […]
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This is why many Advisers do not grow
by Tony Vidler        Growing productivity – or getting financial advisers to grow themselves and their business capability – appears to be a problem no matter who you talk to in financial services.  And it doesn’t need to be.   All too often the lack of growth in production levels by advisers or the lack […]
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