February 02, 2018
Join co-author of Guerrilla Marketing for Financial Advisors, Grant Hicks, on February 6th at 1:00 ET and learn how to start implementing easy-to-learn strategies to find and acquire more clients now!
Over 21 million copies of Guerrilla Marketing for Financial Advisors have been purchased and helped thousands of advisors reach their peak potential.
Find out how to implement these strategies with…
Centers of influence
Grant will also share examples of the process that the best advisors have gone through to acquire their ideal clients.
Learn how to implement immediately after the webinar, giving you the confidence to reach your goals in 2018!
You need a clear picture (vision) to complete the puzzle of your life.
Envision that you have already accomplished your most important goal for your business today. How does that make you feel? Act as if it has already been done. The message is clear, the best advisors spend more time on servicing clients BECAUSE they have invested the time and energy to put their processes in place.
Advisor Practice Management’s goal is
“ Helping Financial Advisors take action, to create 100 quality financial plans for their clients”. My mission if you choose to accept it is “ To help advisors to create 1 million quality financial plans for people”. Ask your clients and prospects this question " What does a quality financial plan mean to you? Let me know if I can help you grow your practice.
Let’s work on your business. Start by emailing us. Why not?
Grant Hicks, CIM, National Director Practice Management
Advisor Practice Management
909-17th Ave SW, 4th Floor
Calgary, Alberta T2T 0A4
Tel 587 390 3148
Cell 403 970 8895
PS Where do you want to be in 3 years?
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