What Are Your Own Possibilities?
Sometimes, the pursuit of wealth can leave a void in our lives—a place left empty because we lacked the energy or time to pursue a dream. There is a saying: “Wealth is not an end, it is a means to an end.” The problem is that the complexity of creating wealth and the subsequent financial planning often gets in the way of seeing and pursuing an end truly aligned with your highest purpose in life.
My life’s work has been focused on this critical unmet need. I hope to help people see the possibilities that open up once you escape from the chaos and confusion that characterize so much of the wealth management field today. I absolutely know it is possible to put a large portion of wealth management on automatic; I have built the system, structure, support and discipline to achieve this; and I’ve seen how using these benefits helps people define and achieve their highest ambitions. This approach is both effective and rewarding.
Clients are surprised sometimes when I ask them about their higher purpose and possibilities. It is not that they feel I’m prying; they just don’t expect an advisor to be concerned with such matters. I tell them that these are the most important questions for them to consider when it comes to financial planning.
January 29, 2015.
Greenwood Village, Colorado. Janiczek® Wealth Management is celebrating its 25-year Anniversary gifting two extraordinary experiences to its clients.
First, the company acquired premium tickets for a Cirque du Soleil performance of Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities for its clients and special guests for a 25-year anniversary experience a little later in the year. "The theme of having a high level of curiosity and exploring new possibilities in life is precisely the message we want augmenting our unique Evidence Based Investing and Strength Based Wealth Management services" said Joseph J. Janiczek, the founder and CEO of the company. "We expect clients and friends from 25 states around the country to join us in this experience and celebration."