How the Life of Steve Jobs Can Help Financial Advisors Build Their Retirement Plan Practice


Steve Jobs was one of the greatest business leaders of our time. His focus and attention to detail as well as his unconventional business management has made him a business icon. In his very short life, Jobs helped start a computer revolution in his parents’ garage and ended up having the greatest second act in business history when he returned to Apple in 1996 and saved it from certain bankruptcy. In Jobs’ recently published autobiography, written by Walter Isaacson, we come to understand and appreciate the brilliance in his approach to business. It is a thoroughly worthwhile read for financial advisors because the lessons we can learn from Jobs’ life can benefit financial advisors in how they maintain and grow their retirement plan business.

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