When sharing important but complicated financial concepts such as investment strategy, fiduciary duty and compensation structure, how do you decide what to leave in and what to omit as “TMI,” or knowledge overkill, harmful to your cause?
Learning vs. Sharing Knowledge
Step one is to recognize the difference between the wisdom you’ve acquired, versus how much of that wisdom to pass on to others in the form of effective advice.
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