Make commitments instead of new year's resolutions

01/1/2013 | AdvisorOne

Financial advisers often set resolutions such as building a stronger client base or adding a skill set, but they can fail to keep them if they don't make a commitment, Gil Weinreich writes. Weinreich defines commitment as a decision that involves another person, such as a business partner, for accountability.

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