When I was 23 years old, I was joint managing over 200 million dollars of assets for a large financial advisement firm. It was the dream job for someone my age, fresh out of college. While I was making enough money and comfortable with my responsibilities, something inside me wanted
There are two types of circumstances: those you can control and those you can’t. The way you view these two types of circumstances, and especially your mindset for approaching the circumstances you can’t control, directly affects your threshold for success. I could give you a hundred examples of how incredible
I believe that success first takes intentionality and hard work, but I have found that by doing the right things, results can often be expedited. In business, it’s the small things that can separate you from your competition. Those little extras that create trust between you and your clients are essential to
Success doesn’t just happen. You will never wake up one day and find that it has suddenly fallen into your lap. You see, while the first step towards success is to define what success means for you, the more important step comes right after that. This step is often, in
One of the first things you need to do if you want to have a successful business is to define what “success” means for you. Too often, the eager businessperson begins their search for success with a very broad definition of what that might look like. Success to many starting
It started off as a half-hearted joke. I had hit my sales goals and numbers for the year and asked a good friend and coworker, “Well, what next?” “Ha,” he taunted, “Maybe write a book.” “Yeah,” I laughed, but later found the idea stuck in the back of my mind.