Dan Collison discusses the Elements of a Confident Mindset.
Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:
According to Dan Collison, top producing financial advisors are eternal students of the business, always looking for new opportunities to grow and improve. This growth mindset is one aspect of the confident mindset that all top advisors exhibit.
There are four key elements to developing a Confident Mindset
- Develop and Maintain a Growth Mindset
- Identify and Harness Your Intrinsic Motivation
- Set Audacious Goals and Focus on The End in Mind
- Build Passion and Perseverance into Your Long-Term Goals
The episode emphasizes that the reason so few advisors ever reach their full potential in the business goes right back to an absence of that foundational aspect of the confident mindset. Top producers start with, or develop over time, a growth mindset. They understand their motivational triggers and they pull them often. They set big, sometimes audacious, goals and they never take their eyes off the “prize”. And, critically, they bring passion and perseverance to all they do for their clients as well as themselves.
Daniel shared: “At Advice2Advisors we help financial advisors build big, beautiful, sustainable businesses by developing the mindset, business structures, and growth plans of top-producing advisors, and by doing so, we show them how to double their businesses in three years or less.”
About Daniel Collison
Dan has over 30 years in the financial services industry. Dan is the co-founder and Managing Partner in the financial education firm Advice2Advisors, which trains, mentors and coaches financial advisors of all tenures.
Dan is a CFP, TEP and taught Personal Financial Management in the MBA Program at the Schulich School of Business for 22 years and is the author of The Financial Advisor’s Guide to Excellence and Building Bigger & Better: Growth Strategies of Top-Producing Financial Advisors.
Dan regularly presents keynotes and trains advisors across North and South America.
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