Focusing on your Strengths:
Pseudo-psychoanalysis from your financial planner; just what you've been hoping for right? See this great article by Lauren Howe at Scientific American about how self-improvement may be better directed at enhancing current strengths rather than weaknesses.
This is actually one of the ways we help serve our clients. We want to take as much of the financial work off your plate as possible, to let you spend timing focusing on what you're good at. Entrepreneurial clients will always be better investing in and betting on themselves!