This is a brief video where I explain that non sequiturs have no place in preparing for your financial future. Non-Sequiturs vs Wealth Building
In addition to marketing real estate, which I have done since 1966, for a couple of years shy of that, I have been what people now call a "wealth coach."
I got into the estate building advisory business by accident. I had just completed graduate school, and was working as a bank officer in my hometown, Galveston, Texas. A friend came in one day and asked me if I would help his recently widowed mother get her finances in order.
I did, and she was so enamored with my approach and the plan I provided for her, that she spread the word among her friends. Soon, I had many of them, and on and on and on.
A couple of years ago, I decided to take this service public because I was so outraged at the advice many of the financial planners were giving on their radio infomercials and the "seminars" they gave in the evenings to those who were willing to show up for a free "gourmet dinner."
Building wealth isn't considered difficult if you have a cogent plan, that you follow it, and that you don't start, stop, skip, etc.
William S. Cherry, Ph.D.
PARK AVENUE WEALTH ADVISORS, LLC