7 Steps to Mastering Motivation and Momentum

Finley, Daneil C.
September 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2009 Solutions, p14
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the different methods to manage the business. Fear has been viewed as an important motivator because this makes an advisor reach his goals. It has been suggested that consultants need to focus on the present specifically on the important details that affects the business. Advisers need to know the rules on how to manage a business in order to achieve success. One must set the mentality of winning is easy while losing is difficult. Moreover, a tracking process must be used to determine their performance progress and its ability to reach its goal. Reward or punishment system can be efficient in achieving the goal.


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