Updated Sunday, August 30, 2015 as of 10:34 PM ET

Advisors on Goal-Setting: Be Timely. Be Specific. Think Broadly.

ďIf you donít know where youíre going, any road will get you there.Ē Itís true: If you donít know where your journey should end, you can do whatever you want along the way and never be accused of being off track.

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Comments (1)
Goal setting is akin to making a business plan. Just as you ask employees to state their goals for the next year, as financial advisors, it would do well; if we practice what we preach. Definitely, if you set up realistic goals, you will be able to reach there. Not only will you have a sense of achievement, economically, you would be much better off.
Posted by KIMMY B | Thursday, December 26 2013 at 2:30PM ET
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