Here’s why you need to know:
As a successful person with big goals, you require truly valuable financial advice that maximizes your ability to achieve your most important personal and professional financial objectives.
That means you need to work with professionals who connect with you. Who relate to you. Who understand you well enough to really “get” what you want your money to accomplish and why.
To get advice that works, it’s important to understand your own high-net-worth personality so you can select and work with advisors who are an ideal match.
What is a high-net-worth personality, anyway?
High-net-worth (HNW) psychology is all about understanding what the affluent want from the professionals they work with, as well as the “how” and “why” behind their attitudes and decisions about their money. Developed in the late 1990s, HNW psychology has been verified through the study of thousands of wealthy individuals. It’s also been adopted by elite, forward-thinking financial advisors and other professionals serving affluent individuals and families.
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