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The Power of Coaching for Financial Advisors with Jamie Hopkins, MBA, CFP®, LLM, CLU®, CHFC®, RICP® (Ep. 50)



Advisor success often leads to new problems:

For example, when running our own business, it is natural to want to step into each business role to stay true to the brand we are creating. Although admirable, it is almost impossible to manage every single process.

By delegating, coaching, and offering your expertise in certain areas to new hires, you can sit back and focus on the aspects that matter, bringing in new prospects and managing the business the way you see fit.

In this episode, Brad Swineheart speaks with the managing partner of wealth solutions at Carson Group, Jamie Hopkins. Jamie explains how growing a business starts with handing off jobs to employees while detailing the value of failing to grow and succeed. 

Jamie discusses: 

  • How to determine if your employees are benefiting your business 
  • The power of delegating, especially in a new business environment
  • Key factors to look for when recruiting new employees
  • The importance of promoting growth within your business
  • And more!

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About Our Guest:

Jamie Hopkins is the Managing Partner of Wealth Solutions at Carson Group, a national wealth management firm that offers coaching and partnership to financial advisors. A nationally recognized writer, researcher, and educator, Jamie is a regular contributor to Forbes, InvestmentNews, and MarketWatch. He has been published in dozens of financial, educational, and legal journals, and he’s the media’s go-to expert on retirement income planning and tax law.




What now? Here’s What You Need to Know About Seminars with Frank Maselli (Ep. 49)



When looking to attract new clients, it is vital to understand what the landscape looks like before you jump back into the same old prospecting routine.

By strengthening presentation skills, many advisors have learned how to communicate effectively both in person and virtually to connect with prospective clients, creating loyal connections for the years to come. 

In this episode, Brad Swineheart speaks with Frank Maselli, best-selling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and coach at White Glove. Frank shares must-know public speaking techniques while explaining his approach to helping advisors shape and sharpen the work they do through seminars and information sessions. 

Frank discusses: 

  • The role of emotions when it comes to connecting with new clients 
  • Exactly how to deliver an engaging presentation and seminar
  • Storytelling as a seminar asset 
  • How to build a foundation of trust among prospective clients
  • How online webinars have changed the environment of financial services
  • The value of having an online presence in today’s business world
  • And more!

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About Our Guest:

Frank Maselli is a 3X best-selling author and an award-winning keynote speaker and coach in the financial services industry. For over thirty years, Frank has helped thousands of financial professionals grow and enjoy their business with modern skills that resonate with today’s clients. His programs are founded on deep expertise in human psychology, and he is renowned for his cutting-edge thinking and his electrifying (and entertaining) delivery.




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Building Relationships Through Magazines with Andrew Saksa (Ep. 48)



Maintaining relationships with clients is crucial for financial advisors.

And one of the ways to do this is by constantly connecting with them about their interests or things they care about.

In this episode, Brad Swineheart is joined by Andrew Saksa, Senior Vice President Business Development at ReminderMedia. Andrew explains the importance of staying connected with your clients while unveiling how the company takes care of this by creating and sending branded magazines according to their interests and needs.

Brad and Andrew discuss:

  • The importance of connecting with your client and their spouse
  • Which type of content should be shared through magazines
  • Reasons magazines are still useful in today’s day and age 
  • The crux of getting more referrals
  • And more

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About Our Guest:

Andrew Saksa is the Senior Vice President Business Development at ReminderMedia, a media and marketing firm founded in 2003 that helps businesses solidify their relationships with key clients with a customizable 48-page American Lifestyle magazine.

 Previously, Andrew co-founded MyPistevo.com, an application for criminal background checks. And he also volunteered as a Grief Facilitator/ Soccer Coach for New Hope for Kids, a nonprofit that helps children in need suffering from grief, loss, or life-threatening illnesses.




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30. Why You Should Start Your Own Podcast and Be Your Own Loud With Matt Halloran



Are you on the fence about starting your own podcast?

Don’t be!

In this episode, Brad Swineheart speaks with Matt Halloran, partner and chief relationship officer at ProudMouth and host of Be Your Own Loud, and the Top Advisor Marketing Podcast. Matt shares his expertise in podcasting including what it means to have a successful podcast, and why you should jump at the opportunity to start your own podcast. 

Matt discusses: 

  • The importance of podcasting for advisors
  • Why it’s important to understand the perfect podcast formula
  • How to develop a relationship with your audience using your podcast
  • The best ways to market your podcast
  • And more

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About Our Guest:

Matt started in the financial services industry as a certified life and business coach. As he became immersed in his client’s biggest needs, he built his knowledge and expertise as a financial branding and social media expert. More recently, Matt has added podcasting to that list. Matt respects how tough it is to be great and effective at marketing while running a practice, living a life, and loving a family. He teaches advisors how to be themselves, let their passions shine through and create strong brands that resonate with ideal prospects and centers of influence.


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Episode 21 – Focusing on The Problem, Not The Solution — with Guest Adam Cmejla, CFP®



Are you an advisor with an existing waiting list for new clients? If not, you’ll love this episode as Brad Swineheart and Adam Cmejla discuss tactics on how to achieve just that.

Don’t let your action be no action! By defining your niche market, you can pinpoint the types of problems you need to help solve, without wasting time on those you don’t.

In this episode, Brad Swineheart is joined by Adam Cmejla, CFP®, president of Integrated Planning and Wealth Management, LLC, as well the host of his own podcast, 20/20 Money. Adam shares an overview of his business success and provides information on how listeners can transform their mindset to provide more valuable content.

You will learn:

  • How to focus on actual problems rather than presenting a ‘cookie cutter solution’
  • How social media outlets can drive success when developing your niche
  • Why sharing expert information is not giving away your business’s ‘secret sauce’ 
  • The importance of alignment within your social media presence and strategy
  • And more!

Tune in to learn about how to execute on your business decisions and successfully measure your results to pivot effectively!

Resources: White Glove | Brad Swineheart | Adam Cmejla | 20/20 Money Podcast