1 thing advisors shouldn’t do—and plenty of things they should
ADVISOR.CA, Michelle Schriver
Are you trying to gain clients with your smarts? Cynthia Kett, principal at Stewart & Kett Financial Advisors in Toronto, offered an additional challenge: stretch your limits as a professional. “That’s when growth happens,” she said.
But don’t simply take every opportunity that comes your way; rather, choose ones that advance your professional goals. And if you feel unqualified or scared to embrace an opportunity, identify your transferrable skills or seek support, she said.