Set Motivational Goals for Practice Growth

Muusers, Suzanne
September 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep/Oct2010 Practice Management, p12
Academic Journal
The article looks at the motivational goals for financial practice growth. It reveals that when answering questions like the level of income to be needed in the next five years and the number of people needed to operate business profitably, it would make a helpful tool to create vision for financial success. It also notes that goal-setting depends on direction that leads to the implementation of a new product with a high-quality branding to attract high-net-worth clients and creating quality service for the prospective customers.


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