Divorce can be ugly and often the people going through it are at their very worst. Manage your energy so you don’t get sucked into the drama that could cause you to hate your job.
Most new practitioners don’t realize there are about 10 different sub-niches within our business and the sooner you figure out which one you want to focus on, the better are your odds of success.
When trying to get your divorce practice off the ground, it’s critical that you are taking the RIGHT actions to keep that prospect pipeline full.
A system is simply a series of steps that can be taken to get a specific result that is repeatable and replicable. Once a system is in place, you might build on it and make improvements, but it forms the foundation for success.
What if a client needs to keep the ex as a beneficiary as part of the settlement? Is it ok to just leave them in place?
6 Mindsets That All Successful People Have Mastered 19 October, 2018 Nancy A Hetrick What do you want? No, seriously. What do you REALLY want for your life and your business? Have you ever allowed yourself to just stop and really be deliberate about what...
Do you market your divorce practice like an amateur or a pro? Amateurs say “it’s hard”, “I don’t have time”, “I will next month”. Ask yourself honestly, how much time are you spending on marketing?
Andrew Hatherley, a student of the Velocity program, recounts his experience and how the program has boosted his confidence and skills as a divorce financial planner.
Developing the skills of listening, empathy, compassion, patience, and understanding are critical to the success of your practice.