When you start out as a financial advisor, you’re hungry for success.
You start landing your first few clients, then a couple more—and suddenly you’re a successful financial advisor running a thriving business.
But then what?
Success corrupts many financial advisors.
Their mindset changes and they lose what they painstakingly built.
But there are ways to stop this from happening and grow even beyond your own wildest expectations.
In this episode, you’ll hear about the “Dark Side Of Success” and how master copywriter Gary Halbert avoided being harmed by his own success.
Show highlights include:
- Why certainty is one of the most sneaky success killers (it usually disguises as growth and stabs you in the back later on). (7:40)
- The uncomfortable reason you haven’t heard from some family and friends in forever… and why their silence is a good thing. (8:20)
- Why you need to sacrifice parts of your current life if you want to become a successful financial advisor. (14:50)
- Why you shouldn’t necessarily chase clients and money to be successful—and what to focus on instead if you want to become happy (and rich) in the long-term. (16:35)
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