6 Lincoln Financial Advisors collaborate on a blueprint for success in the advisory career
by Mike Lockwood, Pedro Astacio, Joe Biloon, Mel Gross, Peter Robertson and Mark Rychel
As the financial advice industry ages, young advisors starting out in the business should look to glean all they can from established advisors before the big retirement wave occurs in the next 10-15 years.
Given the amount of assets under management held by advisors over 50, there is incredible opportunity in the industry for those new advisors willing to put in the work. The first few years can be challenging, however, because it can be difficult to establish trust and credibility as a young advisor.
Here, six successful and established financial advisors reflect on their greatest challenges to growing their advisory practices and offer a glimpse into how they overcame these hurdles.