Some financial advisors quit their business because it can be a grind and feel like it is a constant punch in the face.
But, are you going to be someone who stands up and fights back?
In this episode, Brad Swineheart speaks with Erik Allen, host of “Top Rated MMA” and “The Erik Allen Show.” Erik shares how he overcame addiction, bankruptcy, and other challenges to turn his life around to become a successful entrepreneur.
His childhood living in a cold garage––and going down the path of destruction
The moment he decided to turn his whole life around
How to remain focused on your end goal
How surrounding himself with partners has helped change his life
Erik Allen is truly a man of integrity, work ethic, and an overcomer. Despite being raised in a broken home, battling addiction, being jailed at 18, and filing for bankruptcy at 21, Erik managed to turn everything around. He is now 16+ years sober, 16+ years married with two kids, an entrepreneur, a podcaster, and a speaker, who helps up-and-coming MMA and entrepreneurs get noticed online. Erik might have been dealt a rough hand, but with the help of his Heavenly Father and a humble heart, Erik is taking each day as it comes and making it count.
Are you an advisor who is struggling with putting processes in place that allow you to see real growth in your practice?
In this episode, Brad Swineheart speaks with Paul Kingsman, speaker, author, coach and Olympic medalist to discuss how financial professionals can identify and accomplish their objectives without distraction. Paul shares relevant industry proven tactics and ideas to help you reach your own goals and those of your clients.
How to chase a clear goal instead of using the ‘scatter gun approach’
How to balance the need of your entrepreneurial spirit and staying the course towards your goals
The first step to get rid of the shiny object syndrome to no longer be a distracted advisor
Paul Kingsman: Paul Kingsman is a sought-after expert on how to be distraction-proof. He teaches financial services professionals how to maintain focus to successfully grow their businesses and achieve outstanding long-term results. He knows the importance of keeping focused in life’s split seconds first hand: he trained for 13 years to swim a two-minute backstroke race at the Olympics, and won a medal by only four one-hundredths of a second.
Many advisors get stuck in a shiny object mentality where they see something working for another advisor so they jump from one tactic to the next.
In this episode, Brad Swineheart is joined by Chip Munn, CEO of Signature Wealth Group. Chip is the creator of the basis method and podcast host of Maximum Advisor, and he is here to discuss why advisors should be tracking their results to see what tactics are working for their business based on growth, rather than just replicating what others are doing and expecting the same results.
You will learn:
Why advisors should have a business framework within which to operate
The five parts of the basis method and how you can apply them
The organic growth changes this year—and what advisors should be focusing on
Tune in to learn more about the big focus for advisors to see results this year!