Category Archives for "Self Improvement"

What Financial Advisors Can Learn from World Series Champion Kansas City Royals

By Dr. Jack Singer

Advisors face adversity constantly, with market upheavals, panicky clients, etc. The most successful advisors have an optimistic, “can do,” resilient attitude, regardless of the particular adversity. The World Series Champion Kansas City Royals showed the exact same resiliency by knowing that they could win regardless of how far behind they were in the inning. In fact more than 40% of their […]

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3 Stress Mastery Tips to Buffer Your Stress

By Dr. Jack Singer

In my initial article, I talked about the surveys done with financial advisors right after the 2008 financial crisis and the alarming percentage of advisors who actually suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result. We don’t know how many advisors actually retired or tried to change their careers in response to the stress […]

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How Advisors Can Avoid Fear of Failure

By Dr. Jack Singer

In a recent post I talked about how Joe Flacco avoided the temptation to feel like an imposter in the 2013 Super Bowl. Despite few pundits giving the Ravens a chance in the game, and most of the attention focusing on the 49ers and their rookie quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, Flacco overcame any concerns that he did […]

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What Really Makes You Tick?

By Dr. Jack Singer

Self Improvement – 5 questions you should ask yourself If you are like me, I often view myself as somewhat contented with my life the way things are, but of course there is ALWAYS room for improvement. It is human nature to want to aspire daily for something deeper and more meaningful in life. But […]

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Creative Problem Solving Tips

By Dr. Jack Singer

Everyday problems usually respond to tried-and-true solutions. But sometimes you need to go beyond the obvious. Try these tactics when you need to take a more creative approach to problem-solving. Do some extra research. Don’t assume you have all the facts you need. Before trying to solve the problem, dig deep into the background and […]

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