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  1. Fiona Collie
  2. Danny Bradbury
    The right combination of devices, security software and applications can give you the edge in the competitive financial advisory business. Combined with a diligent work ethic, these tools can help you to reach your goals
  3. Geoff Kirbyson
    As a child, Michael Silicz helped his father to identify prospects for his financial advisory practice. Now, four university degrees and two lawyer jobs later, Michael is an advisor - once again working with his father
  4. George Hartman
    Getting a financial advisory practice up and running can be discouraging. But if you recognize the stages of this challenging process, setbacks start to look like milestones and you can learn to treat them as a necessary part of your growth
  5. Dan Richards
    Every year, building a new financial advisory business becomes more difficult. Advisors who do succeed specialize in niches and offer more than traditional advice
  6. Kevin Dougherty
    Joseph Alfie, 28, has been remarkably successful at building a high net-worth practice in less than a decade. He credits persistence, long hours and a high degree of organization
  7. Wendy Cuthbert
    Make time for leisure activities as well as for your business by working leisure into your daily schedule. Making work/life balance a habit can lead to a healthier and longer life and a more successful career
  8. Megan Harman
    Getting started as an insurance advisor can be challenging because you are asking your clients to consider their mortality. However, an overwhelming majority of insurance advisors find their careers satisfying
  9. Wendy Cuthbert
    At age 27, Samuel Waxman is building a successful business by focusing on clients within his age group
  10. Dwarka Lakhan
    Technical knowledge of the financial advisory industry is not enough to build a thriving practice. You also need to develop interpersonal skills, such as listening and empathy, that will be essential to your practice over the long term