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Managing Specific Stressors Inherent to Financial Advisors

By Dr. Jack Singer

Besides having to deal with the “life stressors” we all experience, such as marital/family challenges, the death of parents, chronic illnesses, and the like, financial advisors are faced with a multitude of potential stressors directly related to their profession. Fortunately, by using some simple methods, these stressors inherent to financial advisors can be managed. Many […]

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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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Advising the Advisors – Part III

By Dr. Jack Singer

By Dr. Jack Singer Licensed Clinical Psychologist Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach It all Starts with Your “Internal Critic” Recall that in my last segment, Advising the Advisors – Part 2: Buffer Yourself Against the Real Cause of ALL of Your Stress, I discussed the foundation of all stress, among advisors (and anyone else, for […]

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