Process, Potential and Personality

Peck, Maureen
December 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2003, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p8
Academic Journal
This article discusses the components of award-winning greatness-- namely, process, potential and personality. It should be noted that achievement is rewarded to recognize the process endured, not just the results produced. Award recipients are most likely to go on to question and learn and strive, continuing their contributions to a profession or community. Similarly, the personality of a person has a role in his or her accomplishments. These components of achievement are evident in the awardees at the 2003 Financial Planning Association's educational convention. Richard B. Wagner, founder and principal of WorthLiving LLC was selected as the recipient of the P. Kemp Fain Jr. Award. Awards were also given to the winners of the 2003 Call for Papers competition.


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