Managing Others Well

Managing Others Well

It can be challenging as a new financial planner to step into a managing role. In this #YAFPNW round table, we’re sitting down with four amazing financial planners to talk about what they’ve learned about being a manager within their financial planning practice.

Finding Yourself in a New Normal

Finding Yourself in a New Normal

Ian Harvey, CFP(R) shares how important it is to find a firm culture that fits who you are and what you value. He shares his career journey through excellent firms to find the one that was the right fit for him. Ian also outlined how he thinks through working with Millennial clients and how important it is to build a solid business case.

Developing a Personal Marketing Plan

Developing a Personal Marketing Plan

Eddie Kramer, CFP®, works with Abacus Planning Group to build out their team and encourage everyone to bring their best self to work. He firmly believes that large financial planning firms aren’t dependent on a few rainmakers, or a handful of heroes who bring in business. Instead, he focuses on celebrating every member of the team who each contributes their own unique skill set to their firm’s growth.

From New Planner to Partner-Eligible in 5 Years

From New Planner to Partner-Eligible in 5 Years

Bryan Hasling, CFP ®, is passionate about building a network of financial planners who lift one another up. He’s focused on helping other financial planners learn how to foster community in their practices and with one another to thrive throughout his career, and as a previous San Francisco FPA NexGen Director.