Why Financial Advisory Practices Fail To Reach Their Full Potential: The E-Myth And Advisors

Mark Stempel02/01/13 4 PM ESTIWIProgram Id: 622524848

Many financial advice professionals dream of having their own business.  Often, however, practitioners end up working 80 hours a week for themselves rather than 40 hours for someone else, and they earn about the same money, or less..

If you feel like your own a job instead of a business, attend this webinar to learn about how “The Entrepreneur Myth” applies to financial advisors and what you can do to avoid being victimized. You will learn about:

•        a philosophy for business development
•        The E-Myth community and learning center
•        spending your time wisely
•        making your business serve your life
•        developing systems to run your business


Guest speaker Mark Stempel is a Certified Financial Planning professional and has started, grown, and sold two successful businesses. One morning, at age 50, he awoke to discover that his motives for building a business had alluded him and he felt enslaved by his financial planning practice. He worked with a coach reignite his passion, design new processes to scale his business, and transform himself. Stempel is a certified E-Myth Coach. With a BA, Magna Cum Laude, in Philosophy and an MA in Counseling Psychology, his practice was recently purchased and he is now coaching financial planners.

This session is not eligible for CFP CE credit.

This session is eligible for IMCA CE credit.


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It is always hard to work on your business when you are really busy working in the business. All good stuff mentioned today.

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