Your productivity as a financial advisor directly impacts how much money lines your pockets each month.
While that sounds like good news, here’s why it’s not:
Many financial advisors I’ve coached were allergic to organization. It’s nothing but a boring waste of time to them. But that’s only because they don’t understand this obvious truth:
The more organized you are, the more productive you become, and the more money you can make as a financial advisor!
Sure, organizing your desk isn’t as sexy as publishing a new marketing campaign. But it will increase your income, productivity, and peace of mind.
In this episode, you’ll discover 8 easy ways to become more organized (even if you’re a naturally unorganized person).
Ready to “nuke” your competitors by becoming more organized? Listen now.
Show highlights include:
- How to increase your income simply by organizing your pantry (0:52)
- The weird way reorganizing your sock drawer helps you land higher-quality clients (2:27)
- Why throwing out old clothes you never wear instantly makes your marketing more effective (4:35)
- The obvious, yet overlooked trick for landing more clients from your online ads (8:51)
- The “8 Forms of Waste” system used to streamline factories that helps you shower in cash as a financial advisor (10:37)
- How to deliver better results for your clients by giving them less value (14:58)
- The sneaky way to boost your teammates’ productivity by simply being their friend (17:53)
- Why adding every nitty-gritty detail of your day to your calendar doubles your productivity overnight (19:15)
If you’re looking for a way to set more appointments with qualified prospects, sign up for James’ brand new webinar about how financial advisors can get more clients with email marketing.
Go to https://TheAdvisorCoach.com/webinar to register today.
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