Advisers should keep their mental health in mind

'You don’t have to be fine all the time'

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Advisers should keep their mental health in mind

Lauren Cowper urges advisers to keep a watchful eye on their own mental health on Time to Talk Day

When people initially think of financial advice they think of someone who makes sure you save enough for your retirement; who ensures you've got enough for your children's future, basically to make sure the money is in order. And obviously that is a big part of what we do, however, it's far from the full picture. There's been rightly growing attention on the power and need for ‘softer skills' for financial advisers. This is about the emotional and personal side of financial advice - building...

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