Roaring Into the '20s (And Beyond)

January 2, 2020

As we move into the '20s, we look ahead and ask: What does the advisory firm of 2030 look like?

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Happy New Year from all of us at Practically Speaking. I hope that last month’s #20TipsForSleighing2020 got you in the mindset for growth, efficiency and creating a better client experience in your business. 

While many of those 20 tips were tactical, we cannot lose sight of important strategic initiatives, too. What strategic changes are you going to make in 2020? When are you going to get started thinking about tomorrow instead of today? Is it time to work on your business instead of in it? 

To get started, watch our short video and download our paper Advisory Firms of 2030: The innovation imperative today. 

Advisory Firms of 2030

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