Sunday, October 21, 2018

HB Clients Featured in National Media

It was another good week for those of you taking advantage of our Just in Time media relations services. Here are some highlights.

ANTHONY GLOMSKI, founder of AG Asset Advisory, was the featured guest on the Angel Investor Podcast with Jeff Barnes.
Author of the new book, Liquidity and You: A Personal Guide for Tech and Business Entrepreneurs Approaching an Exit, Anthony discussed the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people to build your business on secure footing to produce a successful exit. Again, you can check out the episode here.

BLAKE CHRISTIAN, CPA, told US News & World Report that proper diversification not only applies to asset classes, but to working with more than one financial advisor if you have over $1 million in investable assets (see Should Investors Diversify Providers?)  "Each advisor has different style, expertise and biases," explained Christian, a partner at Holthouse Carlin & Van Trigt, in Long Beach, California. Christian is the author of a new book we’re finalizing called Benefits of Becoming A CPA-Preneur.

KYLE WALTERS, a wealth advisor at L&H CPAs and Advisors in Dallas, TX, had another guest column published in Accounting Today entitled Red Teaming: Creating your perfect competitor makes you a better, more focused firm. Author of the new book, The Personal CFO, Walters said red teaming requires you to build of model of your perfect enemy/competitor before someone else does it for real.

Great work gentlemen. As our annual Wealth Advisor Confidence Survey™ revealed, more than half of advisors expecting double-digit growth this year (54%), say press mentions are a “very” or “extremely important” component of their personal branding initiatives. That’s significantly higher than advisors who are expecting single-digit or flat growth over the next 12 months.

Where would you rather be?

TAGS: Anthony Glomski, AG Asset Advisory, Blake Christian, HCVT, Kyle Walters, L&H CPAs, Accounting Today, Angel Investors Network Podcast, Jeff Barnes

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