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New perspectives on risk and trust #Risk #FinancialPlanning

By June 27, 2012October 4th, 2016No Comments

Well, this Financial Planner has new perspectives on risk and the idea of trust after this morning.

First, I was at the chiropractor’s office this morning and he adjusted my neck.  So while I was lying down, my head completely in his hands, he made a quick motion to adjust my neck, which means he took my head and turned it very quickly.  It’s quite a feeling, and probably not a whole lot different than the motion needed to break my neck.

I told him that my clients take a leap of faith when I make investments for them or plan their estates, but that I had just literally put my head in his hands.  Apparently, I must trust him a lot to take that risk!  That risk has already paid off, as I feel much better.

The second thing that gave me a new perspective was that I got a call a little later from my oldest daughter, who just turned 16.  Today she passed the test for her driver’s permit.  The risks and trust issues involved in that are only beginning..


Michael Garry Yardley Wealth Management

Author Michael Garry Yardley Wealth Management

Michael Garry is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner and a NAPFA-registered Financial Advisor. He is a member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and the Financial Planning Association (FPA).

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