To Feel� Like A CFP

Buie, Elissa
July 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2000, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p134
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the importance for financial planners to balance the skill of thinking with the art of feeling. Message of the article written by Dick Wagner in 1990 on financial planners; Accomplishments of financial planners; Implications of the emphasis placed by planners on thinking on the profession; Significance of paying attention to feelings. INSET: Is It the Letters or What They Represent?.


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