A Conversation with Carl Richards
About the Webinar
MQ President Amy Mullen is thrilled to announce her upcoming conversation on December 6, writing:
Carl Richards likely needs no introduction to the members of our MQ Community, but if you’ve had your head in the sand and somehow missed hearing about or seeing this popular keynote speaker on the financial industry conference circuit, here are a few hallmarks of his work:
- Creator of The New York Times’ “Sketch Guy” column
- Author of two books: The One-Page Financial Plan: A Simple Way to Be Smart About Your Money, and The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money.
- Founder of The Society of Advice membership offering a deeper level of exploration of the world of financial advice.
What we love about Carl is his insatiable hunger for learning and growing. He has an amazing willingness to be vulnerable and explore the deeper layers of client interactions and humanity’s complex relationship with the cross-section of money and life.
In October, Carl invited me to be his guest on his virtual Worldwide Chapter Meeting for The Society of Advice membership. Our conversation explored the subconscious reasons clients seek assistance from financial planners and how the role of a financial planner needs to evolve. Carl shared a 22-minute video of the highlights of our conversation, which also inspired me to write a blog article titled, “Advice Kills Conversation.”
Recently, Carl accepted my invitation to continue this conversation on a Money Quotient webinar. Join us on December 6th at 10:00 am PT and listen in as we discuss industry assumptions that need to be challenged and imagine the future of the financial planning profession.
This webinar is open to EVERYONE!
- FREE for MQ Partners
- $25 For Others