Month: May 2024

The Human Element in Financial Advisory with Lindsay Troxell (Ep. 25)

The Human Element in Financial Advisory with Lindsay Troxell (Ep. 25)

The process of transitioning into retirement involves more than just financial planning; it involves psychological and emotional preparation as well.

How can attorneys and financial advisors provide a more holistic service that addresses the human side of retirement? How can they help clients navigate the emotional complexities of leaving their work identity behind?

This week, Greg DuPont chats with Lindsay Troxell, Founder, CEO, and Head Coach At Our Coaching Initiative. They explore the importance of understanding clients’ emotions, the impact of exhaustion on retirement dreams, and strategies for attorneys and advisors to connect more deeply with their clients.

They discuss:

  • The significance of coaching in the financial advisory space and how it can enhance client relationships
  • The challenges clients face when transitioning from work life to retirement, particularly in terms of emotional readiness and identity
  • The importance of managing physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energy for a fulfilling retirement
  • How advisors can help clients redefine their purpose and identity post-retirement
  • The art of asking the right questions to facilitate deeper conversations and connections with clients
  • How advisors can overcome feelings of inadequacy when stepping into a coaching role
  • Encouraging a growth mindset among advisors to move from merely surviving to thriving in their profession
  • And more!



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About Our Guest:

Lindsay Troxwell is a Certified Life Coach and International speaker changing the landscape of financial services. Since 2005, Lindsay Troxell has worked on thousands of teams across the United States and in Europe with a focus on practice management, business development, client experience, team dynamics, and mindset.

Embracing Generational Differences in the Great Wealth Transfer (Ep. 24)

Embracing Generational Differences in the Great Wealth Transfer (Ep. 24)

The great wealth transfer is a monumental event, and attorneys must adapt to generational differences to capture this opportunity.

How can attorneys effectively communicate and market to different generations? What strategies can they employ to engage with a younger, more digitally savvy audience?

In this episode of the March to a Million podcast, Greg DuPont explores the importance of understanding generational nuances in marketing, especially in the context of the great wealth transfer. They explore the impact of financial events on younger generations and the necessity of creating content that resonates with Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.

Greg discusses: 

  • The distinct marketing approaches required for different generations and the misconceptions attorneys may have
  • The shift from traditional word-of-mouth marketing to building a foundation of social proof for younger audiences
  • The importance of creating convenient, bite-sized content for digital platforms to attract the next generation
  • The need for attorneys to focus on the outcomes and feelings their services provide, rather than just the technical aspects
  • The benefits of utilizing owned media like print newsletters and websites to control the message and build credibility
  • Effective strategies for converting conversations into client engagements without hard selling
  • And more!


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