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How clients choose when Advisers all seem the same
by Tony Vidler        How do clients choose which adviser to use when to outsiders looking at the profession as a whole, everyone looks about the same? Sure there are individual differences in the human beings, with the full range of beautiful people, and those who are beautiful only to their mothers perhaps, and all […]
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Here is how to explain, and show, your value to a client in 10 seconds
by Tony Vidler        I am a massive fan of drawing little diagrams to explain technical ideas, but they are also a fabulous way of articulating the more nebulous concepts that people struggle to grasp.   One of my favourites is a very simple picture that anyone can scribble on a cocktail napkin in 10 […]
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If it’s too expensive then there is a value gap
by Tony Vidler        If there is one objection which continually gets professionals in a tangle it is the client who says “it’s too expensive”.  When a client says “too expensive” YOU you haven’t done your job…there is a gap between the value being delivered and value being perceived by the client.  A value gap […]
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Value is not Black and White, it is Shades of Grey
by Tony Vidler        At the most basic level “Value” can easily be defined: Value is Benefits less Costs.   That simple definition doesn’t highlight the enormous range of definitions for “Benefits” though, which is why trying to understand what value is results in everyone seeing a different shade of grey.   The range of […]
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A surefire way to get a Prospect to choose You!
by Tony Vidler        You are ALWAYS competing to have the next prospective client choose you.  In fact, even with existing clients who are still deciding on whether to follow the next piece of advise, there is a decision being made about whether to choose to follow it…or choose “you” as it were.  We are […]
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How to engage clients in a review of financial advice
Your Philosophy MIGHT Be Your Real Point of Difference
by Tony Vidler        Advisers often struggle to articulate their point of difference, yet they usually can easily express well thought out beliefs and philosophies about money and planning.   So most advisers think carefully about such things and build up a philosophy based upon their formal learning and real world experience that shapes their advice […]
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The 9 Essentials Of Your Value Proposition…in 9 Seconds
by Tony Vidler        There are 9 things you have to nail in only about 9 seconds if you want your value proposition to be truly effective.   Sound impossible?   It’s tough to craft a great value proposition that hits all 9 things….but it is definitely not impossible.  In this quick video we talk […]
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Where your Value Proposition REALLY fits in
by Tony Vidler        A well crafted and well articulated Value Proposition is the key component in any good marketing strategy.  Even though it is the most important part of the entire marketing message, it is not the first thing however…   To craft a great marketing message for your business there are three essentials […]
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How To Get Clients Choosing You
by Tony Vidler        Clients don’t always choose you, and often you don’t know that they were comparing advisers until it is too late and the choice has been made.  It happens to all of us in our careers.  Once that choice has been made there is not much we can do, but when we […]
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The most powerful word in marketing!
by Tony Vidler        What is the most powerful word in marketing?   It is “Guarantee“   How can we tap into the power of providing a guarantee in professional services, especially in these increasingly litigious and compliance-focussed times?   We can use it by understanding the fears of prospective customers and then addressing them […]
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