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How To Produce Your Own Videos In The Office
by Tony Vidler I’ve lost track of how many times I’m asked “how do you produce your own videos that you put out each week?” The ugly truth is that I spend twice as long figuring out what I want to produce a video about than I do figuring out what I am […]
Bring Back The Long Lunch…it will be good for your business!
by Tony Vidler Tom Peters suggested many years ago that one of the most effective marketing activities a professional could engage in were weekday lunches. 250 of them in fact over the course of the year. That is perhaps a bit excessive in today’s environment (and for ageing waistlines), but the concept […]
by Tony Vidler If you doubt that culture can create lasting success, then consider this: Imagine a sports team (or club if you prefer) that competed continuously for well over 100 years and during that time had a winning record against all comers of over 83%? The best that every nation on earth can […]
by Tony Vidler Creating engaging conversations with people you don’t know well, or who feel they don’t know you well enough, is difficult. It can be even more difficult when they are guarded…thinking maybe that you are just there to sell them something. You can engage even the most guarded and difficult prospects […]
Getting the right style and structure for an effective telephone track
by Tony Vidler Being able to build an effective telephone track is a core skill for any adviser, and yet, so few seem to understand how to build one. It is perhaps one of those “lost sales skills” from the last decade or so, where new entrants into the advice industry have veered away […]
How to close out the phone call to get your desired action
by Tony Vidler Bringing the phone call to a close successfully, and achieving your initial objective, is the ultimate point of a structured telephone track. It is the end goal. There is just a little bit of thought and structure to it – but not too much – and it is probably […]
by Tony Vidler Generating the listener’s interest in your message is the single most critical element in an effective telephone track, and like each part of a well organised track there structure and technique in how to achieve it. As I have stressed throughout this mini-series, there is structure and methodology in building […]
Getting attention & positive engagement on the phone
by Tony Vidler There is some methodology to getting a listeners attention and positive engagement on the telephone…it isn’t just good luck! Of course, there is structure and methodology in building effective and entire telephone track. It should be a core skill for any adviser, and yet, so few seem to understand how […]
The 10 Things To Get Right For COI’s To Start (and Keep) Referring
by Tony Vidler A great Centre-of-Influence keeps referring…they are not really a COI unless they keep referring. That relatively reliable constant stream of introduction to target market prospects can build an advisory business better than any other form of marketing – especially if you have a few of them. So identifying a potentially great […]
by Tony Vidler One of the biggest issues for advisers is to get clients saving more. Getting them to do now what will be good for later means deferring instant gratification and the constant “we wants”, even in countries where compulsory or incentivised retirement savings schemes exist. A fascinating piece of work for any […]