Are you ready to have significant success in your financial planning career? At #YAFPNW, we want to help you get there! These episodes of the podcast will help guide you toward success, learn how to approach situations wisely and with confidence, and grow as a financial planner.
This episode is a moving testament to everything that a mentor can do for you. Allison Masoero goes into detail about how her relationship with Jeanne Robinson, CFP®, impacted and changed her life, how her relationship with her other firm members are constantly pushing her to be the best planner she can be, and her deep desire to continue the tradition of mentorship to the next generation of financial planners.
Harold Evensky, sometimes called The “Dean” of Financial Planning, loves this profession. This year, he was awarded with the P. Kemp Fain, Jr. Award – which is often equated to the lifetime achievement award for financial planners. It was an honor to have him on this episode of #YAFPNW!
This episode is a must-listen to for financial planners who relate to Larry’s statement that the current model of wealth management is outdated. Larry tackles how to adopt revolutionary planning practices for your business, and where you can connect with like-minded advisors who all want to grow and make this profession the best it can be.
In this episode Jonathon Cameron and Glenn Downing of Cameron-Downing show us how they are living their lives in “beta.” They believe this phrase means always being willing to grow, improve, and learn – never the “final” version of themselves as business owners or financial planners.
In this episode with Stephen Rischall, CFP®, we’re focusing on what it means to run your own financial planning practice with a team. We’re discussing the ups and downs, the big wins and the challenges. Stephen’s story is incredibly inspiring, and his insights are spot-on!
Lauren Stansell of Yeske Buie gets interviewed by our guest host, Alexandria Cole. Lauren wasn’t sure she wanted to be in financial planning and just several years later is on track to be partner at her firm. Tune in to hear her story and learn how she has been instrumental in creating and growing their Resident Program, a three year training program for new financial planners.
In the world of financial regulation, it’s easy for the voices of fiduciary financial planners to get drowned out. One of Skip Schweiss’s many jobs is to give financial planners the microphone, and raise awareness about the fiduciary movement both in Washington and in our public communication with consumers.
This panel through TD Ameritrade Institutional with Charesse J Hagan, Kelli Cruz, and Heather Fortner offers fascinating insight on how non-advisor roles in the financial planning profession are evolving – and why they’re important.
Dr. Moira Somers, author of Advice That Sticks, wears many hats. She’s a clinical neuropsychologist, professor, and executive coach whose work focuses on financial psychology. We’re honored to sit down with her today to discuss all things money and the mind.
Andi Wrenn’s mission is to reach as many service members and their families as possible to help coach them through their finances to achieve their biggest life goals. More than that, she approaches each conversation with a mind to marriage and family counseling, which allows her to view financial coaching in a more comprehensive way.