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How Financial Advisors Can Find a Path to Practice Improvement

  • By ironstonehq
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  • February 7, 2020

As the New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra once said, “If you don’t know where you are going,
you’ll end up someplace else.”

This is particularly applicable if you’re a financial advisor who feels like you’re doing a solid job with investment advice for clients, but failing miserably as a business owner.

When you step back and take a 30,000 feet view of your practice, you might become quickly overwhelmed by the many problems you see without any ability to prioritize which areas of weakness to attack first. Where do you even start?

Good news: we’ve seen it all before, and we have a clear road map to get you back on track.

No matter your challenges, we will apply The Fundamental 4™, our custom approach to practice management that’s helped hundreds of advisors turn their practice around. Our unique and proven process breaks down your entire practice in four key areas: Strategic Planning, Business Development, The Human Element and Operational Effectiveness.

To get started on a path to improvement and get your firm’s  Fundamental 4™ score, the first step is taking our free practice assessment. This will identify key areas to improve and begin your journey towards a revitalized and thriving practice.

So, ready to know where you’re going so you’ll actually end up in the right place?

Take our quick practice assessment!

Are you just getting by or are you getting better? Get started today!

Author Bio

Ironstone is a learning and development consultancy with business acumen that translates across many industries. Our focus is on practice management strategies in order to enhance and improve both business and personal life. We support professionals who want major and comprehensive improvements that look at all aspects not just an isolated area for change. Ironstone has identified 4 key performance areas known as the Fundamental 4™, which are required to design, develop, and sustain a successful business.