A note of thanks to those that have re-Tweeted our Tweets and shared our LinkedIn updates.
Thanks to those that have listened to our podcast episodes and passed them on to other Advisors.
Thanks to those that contributed blog posts and shared their stories.
Thanks to the innovators.
Thanks to our Tribe. The constantly growing group of Advisors that consume our content & use it to improve their own businesses.
Thanks to those that have collaborated with us on ideas big and small.
Thanks to our Media Partners that have embraced the idea of reaching an audience without interrupting them.
Thanks to our Faculty Members that have worked with Advisors and shared their ideas.
Thanks to our Sponsors that have believed in a new way of reaching, educating and exciting Advisors.
Thanks to those that did something nice for us, even though we did not notice it until after the fact.
Thanks to those that believed in our crazy idea 4 years ago.
Thanks to those that still believe in it today.
Thanks for reading, listening and watching.
There is much to be thankful for this time of year. Thankful for your family, your health, your faith and your friends.
For us, at The 401k Study Group we are thankful for those that have helped us with our mission.
Our most sincere Thanks!
Chuck Hammond & Chris Richardson
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We hear a lot about great ideas in The 401k Study Group. Our reputation, in fact, has allowed us to become the destination for ideas and innovation.What we’ve learned: Million dollar ideas are common. What is uncommon is execution.
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How does anyone find out about them. How do they get socialized? How do they get implemented? Once that is done then…where do they go?
Our Answer: The 401k Incubator
Our Questions: What is your marketing plan and what is your budget?
Not Sure? Why don’t you Piggy Back on our success, Create content, Deliver it, Measure it, REPEAT.
Build the credibility you need, Build your audience. Use a community manager early in the ideacycle. Hire feet on the street later. Be a servant first and a merchant second. Economize with a digital first strategy so your failures don’t break the bank.
Innovation and failure are two sides of the same coin. Stay around long enough and you can win the attention you deserve, that “big deal” or that lucrative “contract”. Like Vegas, if your money will hold out your luck will change.