“Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom.” — Søren Kierkegaard
Change is uncomfortable for sure, but unexpected change will test the depths of your character. As a financial advisor my goal is to make sure my clients stick to a plan through all seasons and reasons. It’s easier said than done of course, but that’s when a good advisor demonstrates their value. At our best we are a voice of reason when unexpected change comes that’s not written in a financial plan.
So what do you do when the tables turn and unexpected change effects you as the advisor? How do you remain a constant for clients while being forced into your destiny? I’ve suffered through lots of change in my life, some of which my closest clients have witnessed. It’s a transparent relationship that I’m humbled and grateful for.
With all of that said, I’m excited to announce I’m embarking on a new journey. I’m working behind the scenes to create an entity that speaks to my mission. I have many passions and they will all be given life through what I do next. So be on the lookout for 401. What’s “401” you ask? Well, that will be answered soon. In the interim, I’d like to thank all of my family, friends and clients that have allowed me to be in the position to make this change.
So for now I’m a free agent and open for partnering and collaborating on some projects until 401 is launched. If there’s something I can help you or your company with or if you feel you can help me reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s change the world.
I appreciate you!