Friday, October 16, 2009

Twitter Digest - Did you Miss These Tweets?

I will be one of 18 "world class presenters" in a virtual summit next week. FREE. No travel involved! Register:

Highlights from Invest In Others gala Impact Communications proud to represent top advisor / industry thought leader Brett Ellen.

Great article by Tara Siegel Bernard in the New York Times - To Retire in This Weak Market, the Magic Word Is ‘Focus’.
An added bonus: several of Impact Communications' clients are quoted - smart people, all.

Interesting 7 minute podcast with New York Times reporter Tara Siegel Bernard and editor Jane Bornemeier - how to plan for and think about retirement:

Julie Littlechild of Advisor Impact / Client Audit system - Watch Twitter Live! vblog: How advisors should be thinking about defining/articulating their value

Mary Zimmerman of Kinder Institute / Path Financial - Watch Twitter Live! vblog: Thoughts on achieving success in 2010 and beyond:

Advisors - how to Create a Five Touch Campaign. Read my articles on

Financial planning dean - Deena Katz - says more regulation on the way - Watch Twitter Live! vblog
Liz Weston says credit will be the big story for 2010. View Twitter Live! video blog. Follow @lizweston
the Industry Thought Leaders at booth at FPA Anaheim 2009. Wonderful seeing everyone there!

Great conversations w/ old friends and new at FPA Anaheim. Beth Sanders offering cool services for advisors.

Impact Communications coordinated a new and exciting session at FPA Anaheim 2009 -- Twitter Live! with Industry Thought Leaders. Watch video clips at

Follow all the FPA Thought Leader tweets @fpassociation and/or use hash tag #FPA2009 to pull up consolidated my name "swift" and save 30% off ASN360 Practice Mgt Summit. I am speaking Nov 7. Enter SWIFT in discount box - early bird ends10/5 - register at www.asn360.comRead George Kinder's article in Bank Investment Consultant magazine. Help your clients achieve their dream of freedom.

Gave away over $10,000 in prizes at FPA Anaheim 2009. Fun hanging out with dozens of industry thought leaders.

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