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What’s fascinating about Carl, though, is that despite his success where he’s now paid tens of thousands of dollars to speak around the world about how to overcome the behavior gap and the value of financial planning, is that he still goes through the same internal struggles that all of us do in trying to internalize and get comfortable with our own value, despite all external evidence to the contrary that people really are willing to pay us for our expertise. It’s called “the impostor syndrome,” and it’s something, that I think, virtually all financial advisors experience as we follow the path to success, growing a larger business and working with more affluent clients that eventually takes almost all of us to a point of saying, “I can’t believe how much some clients are willing to pay me for what I provide them.” In some case, I think it even makes us feel guilty thinking, “I must be charging too much,” and changing our own fee structure because we feel guilty about what we’re getting paid. I don’t even know…well, I’m sure we’ll get into more of it.
And so, with that introduction, I hope you enjoy this episode of the Financial Advisor Success Podcast with Carl Richards. So, when you talk about like, a one-page financial plan for someone, what does that mean? And, one of her friends says, “What does your dad do for work? So, listen, I understand where that concern…you know, obviously you’re not the first person to say that about sort of maybe the concern around the value proposition of most advisors.
Michael: Welcome, Carl Richards, to the Financial Advisor Success Podcast. ” or something along those lines like, “What is your dad always in that office working on? My daughter said, “He’s writing a book.” And, her friend said, “Oh, what’s it called? I understand, and I want everybody to understand, your audience to understand like I understand it, I feel it, I know what you mean, but I totally, completely disagree. In terms of it affecting its value, I think, at least my experience with the consumer world is that it did the opposite.
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