Forbes magazine, the leading source on wealth-building strategies for millennials, recently released their next generation of financial advice for the next ten years. The list includes a wide range of topics, including home-buying, investing, planning retirement, and of course, finances.
I was happy to see that more and more of the top advisors on the list are women, so we can look forward to a more gender-balanced set of financial advisers to talk to. The one thing I’m most excited about, however, are the new advisors who want to use technology and social media to build a following. What I’m really excited about is seeing a larger, more diverse set of advisors that are not only tech savvy, but also use tech in a more strategic way.
These advisors are often referred to as “next generation” because they’ve been through the ringer and have a solid understanding of how modern technologies and social media will play a role in their own personal and professional lives. The younger advisors I spoke to, like the ones mentioned here, seemed to be interested in applying newer technology to a whole new set of issues.
In the trailer, we’re told that the group behind the new group is focused on making an impressive new team up and they’re going to be doing this for a while. The people who are behind this don’t seem to be interested in any new technology, so they seem to be looking for the “big picture.
I think its safe to say that the younger advisors I spoke to are currently in their “second act” of the second act of their second act before they start working on something. It’s not really a new idea to work with tech to solve problems that you dont really know the answer to. It seems like the tech is very old and the solutions are new. But at the same time its very new and very old at the same time. You cant have one without the other.
The new generation of technology advisors are essentially the same tech as the older generation. They use the same processes to make the same things to solve problems that they are used to solving. It is a little hard to tell if this is a good thing or a bad thing because I think there could be advantages to being the older generation of tech advisors and not the generation of tech advisors that are still alive.
I would argue that there are probably disadvantages to the older generation of tech advisors being alive. The older generation of tech advisors is very young and is still growing. Its more likely to be in the position to make mistakes now. In any case, if you want a great advisor you will probably want a younger generation.
As a younger generation tech advisor, I’m not here to tell you to get a younger generation advisor. I was a younger generation tech advisor and I like to think I did a pretty good job of it. I think I was pretty good. But I also think I was a terrible advisor. I made some very bad decisions that I wish I’d have been more careful with. I had a lot of the same issues as the younger generation tech advisors.
It’s easy to be idealistic and think that the younger generation kids are going to do things that are right, but they do have these issues. They have to deal with the cultural, financial, and racial expectations of their parents. That’s not to say that they won’t do things we would do, but they won’t do everything we would do.
As an advisor, you should know the age of the average person. What you should do is not be a good advisor if you are younger than that. And you should not be a good advisor if you are older than the average person. There is a big divide between advisors and younger tech advisors and older tech advisors.