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Great Advisers Stay Simple
by Tony Vidler        One of my favourite quotes of all time is by Einstein: “If you cannot explain it simply then you do not understand it well enough” and nowhere is this more true than in providing advice in complex areas. Great advisers stay simple when handling complex matters.   It is not easy […]
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The BEST Prospecting Question Ever
by Tony Vidler        One of the areas which you would think would dominate our prospecting activities is one where many professionals struggle: getting friends and associates onboard as clients.   A fantastic adviser that I knew well and who is since retired working in rural town in New Zealand managed to be one of […]
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Set Yourself Up Properly For Constant Referrals
by Tony Vidler        To make sure you get constant referrals you need to have a process for making sure that ALL of the actions which go into generating a consistent stream of opportunities are happening ALL the time. It is a little like trying to play golf: there’s a heck of a lot that […]
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Prospecting Today: It is a process, not a thing
by Tony Vidler        Prospecting today is a continual process, not a series of one off actions as it once was.     Eons ago when financial advisory work was essentially just a continual series of product sales the prospecting required to be successful was repetitive and continual, but each prospecting call was a one-time […]
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Here’s how to move into "Stealth Mode" when doing your prospecting research on LinkedIN.
by Tony Vidler        It seems that while a lot of professionals now have a presence on LinkedIn they are often not actually using it to prospect for potential new clients.  That seems odd to me given that Linkedin is a Business-2-Business networking platform: it exists to assist people in business network with other people […]
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The Professional Services Firm Model Of The Future Is Possibly A “Fast Food Alley”
by Tony Vidler        Ever noticed how the fast food stores tend to cluster together as some sort of “fast food alley”? Have you ever wondered why? There is a “convenience” element for the typical customer of course, however there is a more important reason – which might just be a useful lesson for professionals […]
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