If you’re not a financial advisor, I’m sure you’re familiar with the frustration of dealing with people trying to take advantage of you and their inability to tell you the truth.
There are a lot of reasons for that frustration, but one of the main reasons is that financial advisors are paid to make sure that they know everything they’re supposed to be paid to do.
That means they have a lot to cover.
That also means that they’re going to take a lot out of you to make a profit.
The financial advisor profession has long had a reputation for making its clients very wealthy, and it’s not like the average person doesn’t get screwed by the finance industry in some way.
The biggest financial institution in the world has a reputation as a place where people make money off of your retirement accounts.
There’s no way around that.
The problem is that people who work for finance companies aren’t necessarily going to know everything that they need to know about their clients, and that means they can make some money off the people they work with, too.
There aren’t many jobs that don’t have some degree of risk, and the ones that are are more or less untouchable, even by the most dedicated financial planner.
And, as a result, it’s a lot easier to get sucked into a financial advisory job when you’ve never had to deal with someone trying to do your job for a living before.
That’s why I chose finance, and not a position like an accountant, a real estate agent, or a medical practitioner.
My main focus at the time was on creating a career for myself that would be sustainable, but I also wanted to get into the industry as quickly as possible.
I figured that if I was going to be in finance for the next two or three years, I needed to find a job that would help me get my foot in the door.
So, I decided to work at one of those places.
That was a pretty simple move.
There were two reasons I went into finance: one, it was the only one that was open, and two, it offered me a great opportunity to get to know my clients and see how they were really making money.
In some ways, the finance job was easier than the real estate job, because the real-estate career had a very high barrier to entry, and I was able to get a lot more done in my free time.
But I did have to be prepared for the worst, because I was also going to work on projects with a very small number of people.
The finance job took about a year and a half, which wasn’t a bad time to be doing it, but the reality was that I was still going to have to learn a lot about financial planning and what to expect from my clients, so that was another challenge.
One of the big things I learned was that people tend to be very nice to me, and in many cases, they would take time to just talk to me about the issues that they were facing and offer me advice.
The second thing I learned about people was that they don’t care about my job or my reputation or my accomplishments.
They just want to be heard and they want to help me out.
So the first thing I tried to do was try to be as nice as I could be.
I was constantly asked how I was doing, and all the people I worked with, I was told, “You’re doing great.”
And I’m not going to lie: the people that I worked for were incredibly helpful.
But, more often than not, they were doing it in an extremely aggressive way.
I had people come up to me and say things like, “What the hell is this, a fucking marketing company?” or “I know how to be helpful, but this is just a business meeting.
If you don’t want to listen to me at all, you should just do your own business.”
That’s when I had to say, “No, no, no.
It’s a real-life meeting.
I’m here to help you.”
I think that the biggest lesson that I learned from working at a finance company was that if you can’t be helpful to people and you’re going through a tough time, then you’re a bad person.
I mean, it seems pretty obvious to me now, but at the beginning, it wasn’t.
When I first started at a realty company, I got a lot fewer calls than I did now, and, I mean really, I didn’t even think that was a problem at the start.
I thought, “Wow, that’s not that bad.
I guess I’ll just stick to real estate.”
I had no idea that I would have to deal, for a while, with this kind of thing.
It was like a game of whack-a-mole for me.
I went through this cycle where I was like, Oh