5 Website Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

Special thanks to ebootcamp.com and Corey Perlman for this article. Often times, your Website won’t win you the sale, but it can easily lose it for you. Here are five mistakes that will frustrate your Website visitors and have them running towards your competition: 1. Not Mobile Responsive 2. No Value Proposition 3. No Social Proof 4. Hard to Find Your Contact Info 5. Dated. In Layman’s Terms: Needs to be ‘Thumb Friendly’ – easy to navigate from a mobile phone. What do you do? If a visitor can’t figure that out within five seconds, then you’re doing it wrong….

Getting It Right the First Time

Download Printable Article By Jason Oshins, Financial Advisor, MBA This article tells the unlikely account of a second chance and presents a framework for making sure protection is airtight. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  The whistle blows.  At the count of “two”, my 9-year old son, Spence, kicks the soccer ball, and just as the whistle is blown, he’s on the ground writhing in pain.  I sprint onto the field to comfort him.  He says he can’t feel his wrist and can’t move his hand.  Rewind to exactly one week before.  I’ve been on the phone with his healthcare provider…

David vs. Goliath: How Nevada Became a Leading Trust Jurisdiction

Download Printable Article By Steven J. Oshins Esq., AEP (Distinguished) “Always remember…Goliath was a 40-point favorite over David.” -Shug Jordan (1910-1980), athlete and football and basketball coach Many years ago, Delaware was considered the go-to trust jurisdiction.  However, other jurisdictions enhanced their trust laws through the years, and the consensus now is that Nevada, South Dakota, Alaska and Delaware are the first-tier jurisdictions, at least in the minds of most trust practitioners. Delaware has always been the Goliath in the trust industry, whereas the other jurisdictions have served the role of David.  But Delaware has made less material enhancements to…

The Top 6 Reasons You Should Be Giving Seminars

Download Printable Article By Philip J. Kavesh, J.D., LL.M. (Taxation), CFP®, ChFC, California State Bar Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law For estate planning attorneys, all of the technical and legal education in the world is great, but if you are not able to bring in prospective clients to plan for, there is no way for you to be able to successfully run your own estate planning practice.  If you regularly receive referrals from other sources, such as financial advisors, CPAs, life insurance agents or other attorneys, that’s great.  However, what happens if those referrals stop?  How…

To Lead or Not to Lead: That is the Question

Download Printable Article By: David Giuliano, Business Coach Whether you run a solo practice or you have 30 employees working within your firm, effective leadership is the solution to 90% of your everyday challenges. I am passionate about leadership because I’ve seen the difference it makes.  For example, I’ve witnessed how much financial and emotional balance my clients achieve after they’ve redefined or built new leadership within their firms. The results are infinite not only to the bottom line but even more so to yourself as you transform from living a reactive reality to a proactive one. There are a…