5% Good Advisors | 90% Salespeople
Advisors often face a conundrum, “are you in it for the money” or “are you out to do good for the masses”. But 5% of Advisor choose neither of these options!
Advisors often face a conundrum, “are you in it for the money” or “are you out to do good for the masses”.
Whether you agree with this or not, 100% of Advisors start their career as Salespeople,
about 5% find success and earn the respect as true professionals, 🤗
90% somehow remain in that category for their entire career, 😔
the other 5% - well they’re the bad actors, they turn to crime. 💩
To some, it may be obvious why the numbers shew this way, the industry attracts a large number of big egos, attracted by “the allure of over the top success, charisma, the magic & glamour of the successful top producing Advisors”, but the daily grind and the internal realities of the Advisor business is another story, it far from this allure. Or perhaps it’s the semblance of wealth or a façade of greed, that the industry is built on, that attracts people with an entrepreneurial spirit hoping to be huge producers.
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