Episode 148, Season 2
It is no question that the cost to deliver financial advice has increased dramatically over the years. A combination of a tighter compliance landscape and increasing education requirements have made the concept of delivering advice to the everyday Australian a seemingly impossible task. Adding additional services like cashflow into the mix seems even more challenging.
In this episode, we speak to Jodie Douglas and Azaria Bell from Mad About LIFE, who are doing just this. We discuss transitioning from an insurance business to a full scope advice business, how to decide on your fees, how to incorporate cashflow into your service offering, how to tackle the professional year, and much more.
This episode is all about looking to the future of advice delivery and centring your service offering around what your clients need from you. We touch on client surveys, mentoring, asking deeper questions, and we even find out how Jodie landed 25 referrals the first time she asked for one!
To reach out to Jodie Douglas, please contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org or connect on LinkedIn. To reach out to Azaria Bell, please contact her via email@example.com or connect on LinkedIn.
Jodie Douglas is the owner and financial adviser of Mad About LIFE, based on the Gold Coast. Starting out in the industry as a risk specialist, Jodie has organically built a full scope, high touch point advice business that caters to everyday Australians. Azaria Bell is a money coach at Mad About LIFE and previous FPA award winner, currently undergoing the FASEA Professional Year. The Mad About LIFE team are known for their commitment to innovation, fun approach to advice and passion for helping everyday Aussies access financial advice.
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