Six Key Components of a Well-Run Advisory Business

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To build a business it’s critical to realize that in any market, at any given time, only 5% of the qualified prospects are actively looking for an advisor. This means the other 95%, while still qualified, aren’t actively looking for advisory services.  If you’re like most advisors, you’re focused on doing business with the 5% of prospects actively looking for advisory services (Red Ocean Strategy). This presentation focuses on the components needed to build a successful advisory business that attracts 95% of qualified prospects who aren’t actively looking for advisory services (Blue Ocean Strategy).  Join Ray to understand the six key components of a well-run advisory business (why it’s important to run an advisory business versus a practice), and eight questions that crystalize your vision and create a simple plan to make it happen.

(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF of the Presentation.)

Presented by: Ray Adler

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To build a business it’s critical to realize that in any market, at any given time, only 5% of the qualified prospects are actively looking for an advisor. This means the other 95%, while still qualified, aren’t actively looking for advisory services.  If you’re like most advisors, you’re focused on doing business with the 5% of prospects actively looking for advisory services (Red Ocean Strategy). This presentation focuses on the components needed to build a successful advisory business that attracts 95% of qualified prospects who aren’t actively looking for advisory services (Blue Ocean Strategy).  Join Ray to understand the six key components of a well-run advisory business (why it’s important to run an advisory business versus a practice), and eight questions that crystalize your vision and create a simple plan to make it happen.

(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF of the Presentation.)

Presented by: Ray Adler