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The times are a changin’…Business as usual is a dead end!
by Tony Vidler        The difference between any two professional practices filled with well qualified and well meaning people is usually that a different culture exists in each.     All businesses develop a “way we do things here” over time…whether they meant to or not.  A culture evolves within the business…whether you wanted it […]
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“Get out and make more mistakes”
by Tony Vidler        My advice to staff and advisers alike may seem odd….”get out and make more mistakes” Dangerous advice!  Reckless even perhaps….   …however it is the best way to grow.   It is also the only way to innovate or to implement anything you’ve imagined as a possibility.  Finding new ways or trying […]
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The 3 Barriers To Adviser Business Success (& one can be deadly)
by Tony Vidler        There are 3 distinct barriers every adviser must manage in their career.  Each of them is a defining point which can see the end of the advisory career….but Barrier 3 is where most founders flounder.   Barrier 1 is simply getting enough new business and clients to earn a living and survive […]
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What You Reward Must Be What You Value, right?
by Tony Vidler        Perhaps the greatest challenge for practices wishing to grow their people, profitability and professional standards is determining what behaviour to reward.  And what you reward must be a reflection of what you really value in your business, right?   Why is it that so many firms reward nothing more than a […]
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How to create the culture you WANT in your business
by Tony Vidler        As financial adviser businesses evolve from pure personal services that are entirely dependent on the relationship management abilities of an individual adviser, and they move towards becoming corporate entities  that have a life beyond that of the founder, the culture of the organization becomes critical to its success. Despite the importance […]
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