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How to Train Your Stunt Double to Maximize Your Practice

Stunt doubles step in for the main character and do really important work, specifically, work that is not in the main character’s set of abilities.

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Comments (1)
All of the best practices of training your "stunt double" that Chris talks about are foundational pieces to building a succession plan, which the independent financial advisor sector could certainly use more of. Great tips and strategies that applied over time, will benefit the advisor's business, the broker-dealer/custodian, and most importantly, the clients.
Posted by David G | Tuesday, April 30 2013 at 8:21PM ET
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