By about this time in the new year those new year’s resolutions that you made may be beginning to fade. It doesn’t take long before the same old habits kick in and life just seems to happen. The job of a wealth manager is to help our clients get things done financially as well as personally since the two are so directly linked much of the time. We start the process by asking the following question:
“If we were having a discussion three years from today, and you were looking back over those three years, what had to have happened both personally and professionally for you to feel happy with your progress?”
So ask yourself this question and make a list. Then commit to do something about the things on that list. A wealth manager can help you sort those things out and work alongside of you to get those things done! Pretty soon those messes and complexity will give way to simplicity and clarity. That is when you will turn the corner and feel really good about the direction that your life is headed. Now that is true value that goes well beyond an investment return or a tax return. Ask yourself The Question today!
My wife received a mailer in the mail recently that caught my eye. The return address was Flemings Steakhouse and Wine Bar. The outside of