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Differentiate By Building A Strong Promise
by Tony Vidler There are notable differences between high growth professional firms and others when it comes to differentiating themselves. How they choose to express their value and stand out is quite different to the mainstream. Undoubtedly the average or low growth firms inability to express what their difference is in relation to […]
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 about what […]
When clients say “too expensive” 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 […]
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 […]
by Tony Vidler Valuing time is something we all do…or know we should do. And one of the most valuable things that financial advisers do for clients is to save the clients own time. How powerful would it be to quantify that in dollar terms for a client? Everyone knows the maxim […]
Describe Your Advice Services In Practical Terms To Get More Buy-In
by Tony Vidler Advice should, almost by definition, be “practical”. Your advice services should be practical in that can be applied in the real world to achieve real differences, and any advice in any of your areas of expertise should be a clear course of action that a client can use to achieve a […]
You Deliver Value, So Why Not Promise Value Up-Front?
by Tony Vidler Why not promise value up-front if you know you can deliver that? It sems an obvious question to ask, yet I find myself continually asking it of financial advisers. Nearly every professional gives an initial “no obligation meeting” to prospective clients, and nearly everyone delivers value to those prospects during that initial […]
by Tony Vidler Creating a compelling Value Proposition is difficult, but if it is achieved it becomes central to a professional’s marketing. The Value Proposition is in effect your promise to your target market: “This is what I will do for you” is what it says in simple terms. The problem that […]
The Value Of The Financial Planner: Fixing finances, the future, and feelings
by Tony Vidler Many question the value of the financial planner, and there has been plenty of research in recent years to attempt to quantify that value. Quantifying value of advice is a recipe for debate, as the actual difference in net worth or security which can be attributed to the work of the […]
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 possible benefits […]