AVOIDING REAL POTENTIAL?

AVOIDING REAL POTENTIAL?

I love my vinyl record collection. It started when I discovered Electric Warrior in early ’76. The collection continues to grow despite Anna’s opinion that I’m a hoarder. Regular vinyl still beats the best digital sound – vinyl is so much bigger, brighter and better....
The Value is in the Detail

The Value is in the Detail

I used to coach a guy I call Adviser Tony. Nice guy, experienced, founder of a successful advisory firm and well-respected in the advice industry. Tony once told me that when his clients ever squabbled about how they wanted to spend their retirement monies, he...
The Illusion of Control

The Illusion of Control

“I just want a handful of good clients without all the stress and grief.” This was from the principal of a well-established firm with a fast-growing team. It is a common situation facing owners who appear to have built a successful advisory firm but who...
The Advice Gap

The Advice Gap

I love the bush. I reckon it has something to do with my four grandparents being raised in NSW’s central west. It never ceases to amaze me how much I enjoy touring on unmarked open country roads with windows down and the elements whooshing in. Even when...
What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 5 – Takes Advice

What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 5 – Takes Advice

I love planes. I firstly obtained a gliders license in an old Blanik soaring above Narromine in 1980. I qualified for my private fixed-wing pilot license in 1984 at Camden airport when paddocks and chicken sheds still surrounded it, and later a commercial helicopter...
High-Net-Worth’s? It’s time for a re-think…

High-Net-Worth’s? It’s time for a re-think…

William Francis Sutton was an American bank robber. When asked why he robbed banks, he allegedly responded: “…because that’s where the money is.” Medicine has used “Sutton’s Law” when training students as a metaphor to...
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