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Here’s How Your Financial Planning Clients Want to FEEL

You’ve heard it countless times.

Your clients want to feel:

  • Safe.
  • Secure.
  • In control.

And all the other emotions that tie into that great overarching benefit to help people reach their financial goals.

And live happily ever after.

But here’s the big question:

Do they even WANT to feel secure about their financial goals?

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Here’s the Logical Truth About Why Financial Planners Should NOT Advise Prospects (and What To Do Instead)

Varys – The King’s “Counselor” in The Game of Thrones.

Admit it. You’re skeptical after reading this title.

Is NOT giving financial advice really the answer to all your prospecting efforts?

You work your ass off on building your knowledge, so will it get the recognition it truly deserves by NOT sharing it with the world?

Well, here’s the disappointing truth…

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Financial Planner, Will They Say THIS at Your Funeral?

Dearly Beloved,

We gather here today to honor the memory of our friend, Certified Financial Planner.

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The Great CFP® Gap: Why 98% of the Program Isn’t Helping You (and What To Do About It)

Admit it.

You’ve studied months, weeks, days, nights, and even more to pass a rigorous 10-hour CFP-exam.

You’ve scrutinized all the financial planning material that teaches the ‘mechanics’ of your profession, to finally get the degree you dreamed of.

To finally learn the stuff that will transform you into a smarter person. And not just any smarter person … a Certified Financial Planner.

Wow, that’s something to be proud of.

Because as of then, the world is going to be at your feet.

Or will it?

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Here’s what Dan Pink Can Teach Us about the Future of Financial Planning (with Lights)


Have you ever wished you could peer inside the mind of one of the greatest writers in the world and find out exactly how he sees the future of our financial planning profession?

Well… here’s your chance.

Dan Pink has published 5 books, all of them bestsellers. His books have been translated into 35 languages and have sold more than 2 million copies worldwide, making him one of the best selling writers in the world.

And now he’s going to tell you exactly what to do to succeed in the future.

Sort of.

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A Simple Edit That Makes Financial Planning 100% More Engaging


Has this happened to you?

You’ve spent years of hard work, wracking your brain to become the financial planner you want to be, and then you find most people just don’t care about financial planning.

And you wonder: how is that possible?

Perhaps your service is lacking something important. It needs one vital ingredient to really stand out.

A clear reason why you’re in business.

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How To Be Bold in a World Where Compliance is King


It’s practically a financial planning commandment.

Thou shalt obey the compliance officer.

And even if those words have never been etched into stone, it’s still rock-solid advice. After all, if you DON’T follow their advice, your financial planning career will be doomed. Forever.

Knowing this, you take compliance seriously.

You read what they publish.

You study for their exams.

You tweak every process until it’s perfect.

But does this help you? I mean, does this help you to move forward?

If you’re honest, you can’t help but feel mortified at the prospect of staying hopelessly trapped in the compliance officer’s rules.

You want to break out. You want to escape. You want to do it your way.

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The Myth of Financial Goals Needs to Die


Can I be straight with you?

What most financial planners claim about the importance of financial goals is totally wrong.

It’s overly simplified, it’s just a marketing-term, or interpreted the wrong way.

Over the last 17 years I have been in the industry, I’ve served hundreds of people, had 1,000+ client-conversations, and I’ve experienced firsthand the (un)importance of financial goals.

And a lot of stuff that planners say or write about financial goals … it just isn’t true.

The irony?

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6 Irresistible Incentives That’ll Quadruple Your Financial-Planning-Prospect-List in No Time

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That’s what you want, don’t you?

And naturally, you want more for your financial planning service.

You network. You advertise. You spend lots of time on social media. You pay for social media. You pay for SEO. Heck, you even pay for radio or television time.

It’s costing lots and lots of time and money.

And sometimes it feels as if you’re pumping water down a leaky pipe.

In that situation, what’s the smarter move – pumping more water, or fixing the leak?

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This Rarely Used Tool Helps EVERY Financial Planner Outsmart ANY Digital Competitor


What are you afraid of?

Are you afraid of the digital revolution? Are you afraid of the ongoing innovations in our financial planning business? Are you afraid you can’t keep up? Are you afraid your client doesn’t recognize the value you deliver? Are you afraid you will not have a reason to exist?

There’s no need to.

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How to Mute People’s Pain of Paying your Hourly Financial Planning Rate or Monthly Retainer Fee


Imagine grabbing a cab.

Picture yourself sitting on the back seat and looking at the taxi meter. Don’t you hate watching the taxi meter going up, knowing that every extra inch of the way is costing you?

Why do you hate this?

It’s because of the pain you are suffering. Not physical pain of course, but rather activation of the same brain areas associated with physical pain.

Now, picture your client paying your hourly fee. Is it any different?

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Why SMALL Changes in Your First Impression Ignite a BIG Impact on Your Financial-Planning-Prospects (Backed by Science)


It’s okay. You can admit it.

When you ask yourself how many prospects you really have for your financial planning business, you mostly tell yourself an exaggerated story.

Why? Because the real answer might be embarrassing.

You keep meaning to work on getting more people interested in your financial planning service – and you’ve read plenty of tips on how to do it – but in truth, your prospect-list has barely changed.

Unfortunately, when different experts give you contrasting tips, you can struggle to know which tip to follow.

Fortunately, surefire, simple and scientifically proven shortcuts exist. And no one has probably told you about them.

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How to Quit Your Job, Take the Leap and Get Paid to Do Financial Planning that Matters


After all, that’s the dream, right?

We want to quit our jobs, spend more time with our families, and finally have time to do the “real” work. We want our financial planning to help people, to inspire them, to change them from the inside out.

It’s a modest dream, a dream that deserves to come true, and yet a part of you might be wondering …

Will it?

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The Shocking Truth about Why Most Financial Planners Fail Miserably at Helping Their Clients


You’re smart, motivated, and hard working. So you figure you have everything it takes to help people. Right?

Well, not quite.

To explain why, let’s do a little quiz. Let’s see how you do:

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5 Levels of Financial Planning – What’s Your Level?

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“Am I getting better?”

It may be the most important question you can ask yourself as a financial planner. If you’ve never thought to ask it before, go ahead and do it now. And be honest.

Are you a better financial planner than you were three months ago? A year ago? Three years ago?

If the answer is “No” (or even “Yes, but not much”) then you might face a serious problem.

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