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Thursday
Aug122010

The importance of system

The key to consistent service delivery is a well designed system. Each function in a financial advisor's practice needs the 4 Ps: Policy, person, procedure, proof. From there, you can create checklists and work flow.

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Friday
Jul302010

Role Play

Key to running an effective advisory practice is to play the right role at the right time. I see this principle broken all the time in advisors practices. Here are some of the ideas and readings behind that principle, with examples.

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Monday
Jul262010

Top 10 Habits to Drop

In a recent article on Morningstar advisor, Allyson Lewis, author of The Seven Minute Difference, describes how to implement better practices by letting go of bad practices. Here are some of her top points, and some ideas they inspired...

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Monday
Jul122010

Your Daily Morning Checklist

One fundamental practice management principle is to make sure you know what you need to do today. Most financial advisors have the challenge of navigating multiple systems, each of which may contain commitments that must be fulfilled. A simple daily checklist can help assure you check each one to make sure nothing is missed. Includes a sample morning checklist.

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Thursday
Jul082010

Financial Advisor Checklist for Client Meetings

Here is a great article on Horsesmouth about creating checklists for client meetings.

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Friday
Jul022010

The Right Length for a Financial Checklist

A financial advisor should tailor the length of a checklist to the situation in which it will be utilized. It may be long or short, depending on the time constraints of the task, and how frequently the advisor is called upon to do it. Key is that it should not slow down the process it is applied to.

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Tuesday
Jun222010

Check out the new look!

As the financial advisor checklist project grows, the blog has a new platform and new look.

I know, the blog is only a month old.  A big part of what I hope for this project is that it will become a place where financial advisors can download sample checklists and post ones they have found useful, and exchange comments about how incorporating them into their practice management is working. 

Shortly after starting the blog, I found I had lots of difficulty figuring out how to accomplish that on the platform I chose.  (Not that it could not be done - it may be that I just could not figure out how to do it!) 

And anyone who has read my writing before - I know!  I should be outsourcing the web work.  Feel free to post snarky comments, but I already know. 

I will be posting some sample checklists shortly, and adding pages where you can post yours as well, to get feedback from other advisors, or just to share. 

I hope you like the new look. Let me know what you think of it, and what you would most like to see added or changed.

Tuesday
Jun152010

Fixing Email Error

Email issue resolved

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Monday
Jun142010

Checklists for Professional Financial Advisors

Checklists for routine use by financial advisors and their staffs have distinguishing characteristics.

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Friday
Jun042010

For the financial advisor, checklists aren’t instructions

Lots of checklists I see are actually instructions. There is an important difference - a well crafted checklist for regular use in a financial advisor's practice is designed for the professional.

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