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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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Showing gratitude: Do your clients know that you value them?
by Tony Vidler        Silent gratitude achieves nothing.   Yet, gratitude is one of the most powerful emotions because it highlights to others that you value them, or what they have done.   But gratitude is worthless if you never express it.   It also happens to be one of the most simple ways of […]
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Blending Old Ways With Modern Comms To Get Attention
by Tony Vidler        Blending the old and the new can be a great way to stand out in the digital world, and there are few better examples than this one from an older adviser who was happy for me to share it.  He generates excellent engagement and responses…and it is so simple!   Remember […]
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Sales management is more than “make the troops jump through hoops”
by Tony Vidler        The majority of professionals running practices have superb technical competency, and often have significant commercial management skills, but a very common shortcoming is “Sales Management” experience or skills.   The typical result of this shortcoming is that management of the revenue producers in a professional practice becomes a matter of making […]
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How High Growth Firms Become Above Average
by Tony Vidler        A constant question from average professional services firms is “how do high growth firms do it differently?” It is certainly a question worth asking, as the performance difference is often dramatic. There are many things that high growth firms do differently and better than the market average of course, not least […]
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Professional Selling: It is a real thing!
by Tony Vidler        Professional and selling are apparently 2 words which according to many just don’t go together these days…except they really do.  I’ll go further in fact and say that professionals MUST be selling, but, selling must be professional.   While there is an absolute requirement to place the clients interests above all […]
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Life Insurance: what do customers want?
by Tony Vidler        One of the questions that continually vexes professionals is “what do customers want?” In the life insurance area of financial services the answer is even tougher to find than usual, because insurance is for virtually all consumers an absolute grudge purchase.  When we think about it logically every person who buys […]
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Let Your Prospects Try-Before-They-Buy
by Tony Vidler        “try before you buy” is a great way of removing risk for a consumer from a big purchasing decision, isn’t it?   We can learn from the retail sector here because they figured this out years ago.  One of the toughest challenges is getting customers to switch brands or products.   […]
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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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