In this Swift Chat episode, Marie Swift speaks with Mitch Martin, founder and CEO of Stonebridge Wealth Management, about his work specializing in financial planning for clients in the arts, entertainment and sports industries. The two discuss his passion to give people who have acquired wealth suddenly a person they can trust to give sound advice, his focus on achievement-based planning, and aligning a client's investments with their values.
Learn more about Stonebridge Wealth Management at www.StonebridgeAdvisers.com
In this Swift Chat video conversation, Marie Swift speaks with Reese Harper CFP®, founder of Dentist Advisors and CEO of Elements. The two discuss how Harper built both Dentist Advisors and Elements, the importance of taking user psychology into account when building software functionality, and what goes into creating a sustainable financial planning practice for the next generations of clients.
To learn more about Reese and his podcasts, presentations, and consulting services, connect with him on LinkedIn:
Linkedin.com/in/ReeseHarper/. You can learn more about Elements at GetElements.com.
In this special Swift Chat podcast episode, Marie Swift interviews a range of guests from the Investments & Wealth Institute ACE Academy 2022 conference including:
In a recent post on LinkedIn, Sheryl Hickerson, founder of Females & Finance (who is also a good business friend of mine and a super sharp marketing pro), asked: As a Woman in Finance, how many of you have you ever been mistaken as the assistant versus the advisor at a conference? This got me thinking about my humble beginnings when I actually was an assistant to a highly-successful advisor. In case this helps anyone, I typed up a few thoughts and will post them here. In addition, at the very bottom of this post, I will link back to the LinkedIn conversation that Sheryl started in case anyone would like to comment on the topic.