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Staying The Course: The Importance Of Purpose
by Tony Vidler Everyone is busy being busy, but what is the point of it all? What is the purpose that drives all the business building activity? Businesses that experience superb growth typically have an owner, or owners, who have clarity of purpose and that purpose sits at the heart of everything they do. […]
by Tony Vidler If you are an adviser who has mastered digital marketing then you don’t need to read this. If you’re an adviser who thinks having a website IS the digital marketing plan, then you need to read on. My reason for being that blunt at the outset is that I want to just […]
by Tony Vidler Being properly valued for your expertise and eliminating the time-wasting tyre-kickers is an ongoing problem for most financial advisers. That is even more true for those making the transition from purely commission-based remuneration to generating fee-paying work where they are charging for that time or expertise. Managing the remuneration transition whilst also […]
The 3 Keys To Attracting Your Successors – and keeping the talent
by Tony Vidler It is one thing to atract talent to your firm, it is quite another to attract successors with the right talent though. Many financial advisory firms see the need to create leverage and handle their own succession issues through recruiting new advisory talent but struggle to do it successfully. The main […]
Grow Great People If You Want To Grow A Great Business
by Tony Vidler It is terribly simplified of course, but if you want to grow a great business then you need to grow some great people at some point in the process. If we want to learn how to grow great people then it seems a good idea to think about how the people who […]
The 9 Building Blocks of a Business Which Will Stand the Test Of Time
by Tony Vidler When it comes to building something to last the ancient civilisations can teach us a thing or two. Anybody who has had the privilege of seeing the Great Pyramids up close will recall how perfectly symmetrical and “in balance” they are from a distance as you approach them. When you are […]
Being clear about what matters most actually matters most
by Tony Vidler Sometimes contracts just don’t provide clarity for the people who work for you. And Being clear about what matters for them, matters more than just about anything else when it comes to getting the best from your people. When you are running a professional services business there is one thing […]
Your brilliance doesn’t matter as much as who you know
by Tony Vidler There’s too much emphasis now placed upon “what you know“. I know…I know…heresy! But here’s a radical thought: most professional advisers today actually know enough. Sure, we always need to improve and there’s always more to learn and continuous learning is simply a part of being a professional…BUT…the balance between […]
Which would you rather be: a Brilliant Technician, and bored, or the Orchestrator running the show?
by Tony Vidler Professional development is all the rage…the regulators and the professional associations and training providers in the compliance space are all putting it top of mind continuously. And virtually all of them have an extremely narrow focus when it comes to the concept of developing a professional. Virtually no emphasis upon […]
by Tony Vidler For any professional services business to realise it’s full potential the owner must take a strategic approach to the development of the practice. In doing so there are 3 general areas of the firm which drive growth and value of the business, and each of those has some sub-sections. The […]
During the Great Depression more than 5,000 banks collapsed, and there were 12 million people out of work in America as factories, banks, and other shops closed Hole
Full infographic: visualcapitalist.com/life-and…