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Why I Became A Financial Advisor

Why I Became A Financial Advisor

Thanksgiving Day is almost here!  This is the time of year that many people think back on events and give thanks for their blessings. Since it’s a great way to maintain your perspective about life’s ups and downs both personally and professionally, I’ve practiced this for years. Some of my blessings are personal, but there are professional blessings as well.  And since I’m often asked why I became a financial advisor, I want to share how my profession makes my blessing list.

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