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Mar 5, 2007 12:42 pm

Wow, I've checked out planner coach's website and it's very kool.


I didn't know fa's could hire a coach?


From review of plannercoach's posts and website, I'd say he's worth hiring: very professional with good analysis.


If I was a struggling, starving fa, I'd consult with plannercoach.  His website is loaded with good, FREE information and advice. 


Although he seems to be on the serious side and isn't a barrel of laughs like whomitmayconcer, a struggling fa might want to check out whether he offers consulting -- he seems to be a successful fa or franchise owner (did he say who with:  EDJ?)


I recommend planner coach but whomitmayconcur seems to know the ups and downs of the biz too.


I applaud both of them.  


Darn.


Carry on.


 

Mar 5, 2007 12:43 pm

Darn, missed Apprentice, again!!


The Donald should run for president and rosie O'donnel could be his VP. 

Mar 5, 2007 3:42 pm

Just to clarify, it's  just a reference site for new planners. I run my own successful practice and don't provide coaching services for a fee, or charge for the site. Maybe some day. Right now, it's just an attempt to give something back for free, in an organized fashion. I am at a place in my life and career where I can think about the evolution of the profession.

Mar 5, 2007 4:25 pm

That's honorable and impressive.  Not many people want to give back in a society of takers.  Good job!  New fa's should certainly appreciate and learn from your site.  Very informative; well organized.

Mar 5, 2007 5:29 pm
planrcoach:

Just to clarify, it's  just a reference site for new planners. I run my own successful practice and don't provide coaching services for a fee, or charge for the site. Maybe some day. Right now, it's just an attempt to give something back for free, in an organized fashion. I am at a place in my life and career where I can think about the evolution of the profession.


Mar 6, 2007 12:52 am
4luvofmoney:

That's honorable and impressive.  Not
many people want to give back in a society of takers.  Good
job!  New fa's should certainly appreciate and learn from your
site.  Very informative; well organized.





The first thing a planner coach is going to tell you, is to turn off italics and underline when posting here.

Mar 6, 2007 1:08 am
AllREIT:
4luvofmoney:

That's honorable and impressive.  Not many people want to give back in a society of takers.  Good job!  New fa's should certainly appreciate and learn from your site.  Very informative; well organized.



The first thing a planner coach is going to tell you, is to turn off italics and underline when posting here.


Take this seriously.  I literally skip ALL of your posts because it is too annoying to read.

Mar 6, 2007 11:17 am

Watch out following that link.  Be very careful on the Internet.


Mar 6, 2007 4:15 pm

When you say something, be a little more clear:  what link are you talking about?  I don't follow the advice of a planner and don't plan on being an fa either.