Growing A Firm:
Growing a firm takes grit. You’ll be in the weeds working on your firm’s processes, marketing, sales, operations, and more. Luckily, you have the #YAFPNW podcast in your financial planning toolbox! These episodes will walk you through a wide range of business topics – all of which will help you successfully run and grow your firm.
Adam Kornegay, of Pathfinder Strategic Solutions and one of the people behind FPA’s new Coaches Corner, wants to help advisors communicate their value and move past the financial “lingo” to tell their story and actually connect with their ideal clients.
Five years after founding Strategic Financial Partners at 25 years old, Sten Morgan has built his financial planning firm $100M. Tune in to learn how he pushed past what was comfortable and challenged himself to grow, improve, and find a tremendous amount of success.
Andrew Sivertsen offers insight to young planners on how they can develop a career path, and how to consistently better themselves and focus on adding value to the lives of their clients.
Cheryl Holland discusses the foundation of her firm, Abacus Financial Planning – developing career paths and growing leadership skills in herself and her team members. She explores how new planners can define and follow a career path within their current firm to encourage growth.
When Douglas moved to New York City he knew he wanted to work with millennials. Tune in to this episode to hear how he started, how he marketed his practice, and how you can do the same!
We had so much fun sitting down with Kali Hawlk of Creative Advisor Marketing at FINCON17. This week she shares with us how to talk marketing, hiring a writer, and how to evaluate whether your marketing strategy works for you!
James Matthews, CFP® joins us to share his unique background, from working at a bank and then a call center, and how each step taught him skills that he is using now to create a new model of financial planning.
Deborah Fox’s approach allows you to work on your business rather than just in your business and helps financial planners develop a systematized approach to working with clients.