As an advisor in San Diego in the early 2000s, Joseph DeFalco's business was doing well. He had built a strong client base, but the office itself was in trouble. Turnover in management had reduced headcount so that by his sixth year the branch consisted of just him and one other advisor. The office was about to be closed in 2006 when they handed DeFalco the keys.

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