81%
of advisors like their job better than the average person - up from 79% in 2018

Our third Advisor Wellness Survey found Covid-19’s impact on the advisory industry was modest. Check out the survey’s insights on how advisors can balance professional success and personal well-being.


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ADVISOR WELLNESS NOW:
A PODCAST SERIES

On upcoming episodes of our Flexible Advisor podcast, we’ll speak to clinical experts on key findings from the study, such as sources of stress, stress among female advisors, advisor satisfaction and strategies for well-being.

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Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD

Conquering Stress: Harnessing
the Power of Your Anxiety
Dr. Chloe is a clinical psychologist,
author of “Nervous Energy:
Harness the Power of
Your Anxiety.”

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Dr. Jack Singer, PhD

Conquering Stress and
Coming Back Stronger

Dr. Jack clinical and organizational
psychologist and author of
“The Financial Advisor’s Ultimate
Stress Mastery Guide.”



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ADVISOR WELLNESS
IN A YEAR OF STRESS

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While advisors generally fared well in 2020, our survey findings may help them better manage their stress.

IN THE LATEST STUDY, LEARN:

  • What the pandemic meant for business.
  • The surprising causes of advisor stress.
  • Secrets of advisor satisfaction.

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