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The 4 Key Levers That Create Great Capital Value For An Advisory Firm
by Tony Vidler        Creating great capital value for a professional services firm is usually one of the owners primary objectives as they more often than not see their business value as a critical part of their own financial independence.   Building a profitable business is obviously essential, and it is a more valuable profitable […]
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Building A Profitable AND Valuable Practice
by Tony Vidler        Building a profitable practice is is the first objective for practitioners, but building a sustainable profitable and valuable practice is even better isn’t it?   Many good practitioners achieve the objective of building a profitable practice easily enough. After all, that is little more than keeping the sales and revenue pumping […]
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What Value Is A Practice?
by Tony Vidler        Given some of the trends in financial services there must be serious questions about how to accurately value a practice of a financial adviser.   The short answer to what is an accurate value of any practice will of course always be “whatever a buyer is willing to pay, and which you […]
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How to create the Advisory Firm culture that you WANT
by Tony Vidler        New regulatory expectations for financial advisers include defining and articulating their culture.  How does the advisory firm’ culture get defined requires some deep thinking, but then so too does the matter of ensuring that the culture you defined is actually reflected in your firms’ actions. How do you create the culture […]
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The 4 Actions Needed To Create A Personal Service System That Pays Off
by Tony Vidler        An ongoing challenge for any service business is to create “Mass Personalisation”, or something akin to a factory production line that delivers constant quality efficiently, but which still feels personal to the end user.   In professional services it is creating and efficient and affordable business system that allow mass actions […]
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Do you REALLY want to be a Great Adviser?
by Tony Vidler         An adviser told me that they wanted to be “great”…a GREAT adviser.  My immediate thought was would you prefer being considered “great” to having a great business, because you might be able to have both, but then, you might not either.  Then I thought “isn’t it healthier and far more enjoyable to […]
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That Tech Competitor Threat Is Really An Opportunity For Some Advisers
by Tony Vidler        The robo-advice “threat” is an opportunity for entrepreneurial advisers…as is every other direct-to-consumer offering driven by fintechs. The more I think about it the more certain I am that some advisory firms will prosper from it…but I am just as sure that many will “fail” due to the competition.  By “fail” […]
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Practice Development: The Danger Of Promoting A Competent Adviser
by Tony Vidler        A genuine danger in practice development is promoting a competent adviser to a role which they are unable to perform well in.  In any organisation there is a real risk that a person is encouraged to rise to their level of incompetence.   This is just as true for the self […]
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Practice Growth Requires Leadership More Than Management
by Tony Vidler        The most frequent thing I see that prevents great practice growth and holds advisers back from developing their dream business is a lack of vision.   I don’t mean “vision” in the namby-pamby buzz-word sense of having a beautiful set of words on a plaque on a wall that nobody really cares […]
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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 […]
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