In many financial advisors’ careers, there comes a time when they consider leaving production behind to move into a sales management position.

Sometimes, an advisor believes this is the natural progression for their career advancement. Other times, they (mistakenly) believe that managing advisors is easier, and more lucrative, then producing.  Still other times, it can be the result of “sales fatigue” — they’re tired of the constant pressure to sell.

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