Janiczek Wealth Management is pleased to announce that it has once again been named to a Top and Best Financial Advisors in Denver, Colorado list–this time by Expertise.com. This adds to Janiczek’s long history of accolades including lists published in Barron’s, Wall Street Journal, Worth magazine, Mutual Funds magazine and others.*
To begin a conversation with Janiczek Wealth Management, to see if and how it makes sense to engage them for investment and wealth management services, call its Denver headquarters at 303-721-7000.
The firm specializes in serving high net worth investors (individuals with investment portfolios of $1.5- to $20-million) and ultra-high net worth investors (individuals with investment portfolios of $20-million and above).
In my previous four posts I introduced my guiding principles of wealth management, along with the first three principles (links to one, two, and three). Today I will discuss the fourth guiding principle, which is one of the most enjoyable for me to use as a financial advisor while helping clients:
Know what is holding you back, spurring you forward, and serving you best
This kind of self awareness is essential to have the energy, confidence, and focus to support your financial plan. Wealth mastery cannot be pursued with out a degree of self-mastery and self-knowledge. You need to know what is working against you and deal with it. You need to know what you have in your favor and use it to the best possible advantage.
In my experience as a financial advisor, I have found that people often lack such self-awareness. So, I have made it one of my guiding principles to take proper time for reflection. With weaknesses especially—habits of mind that can hold you back—people often need a third party or a sympathetic ear to surface issues.