Elliot Weissbluth: Lessons Learned from Disrupting the Finance Industry #Disruption
Whatever happened to all the real men?
Oh, we see plenty of masculine imagery in movies and TV. Healthy, successful, attractive guys with gorgeous women hanging all over them.
We yearn to be those men – but these images don’t tell us how to become like them. Maybe we try to fake it by buying a nice suit or an expensive car – but deep down, we know we’re just pretending, so nothing really changes.
I used to be a guy like that too – faking my way through life, bored at my job, always in the “friend zone” with the women I wanted… dreaming big and hoping next year would be different but living all too small.
That all changed when I found out where the REAL male mentors are… built strong friendships with them… and let them teach me how to take back my masculine power once and for all.
These powerful men told me things my father never told me… about women, finance, physical health, and how to become the strongest version of myself. And after a decade of intensive mentorship, I now want to pass this knowledge on to you.
It’s time to shatter your chains, and start living the life you know you deserve – as a strong grounded man.
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Elliot S. Weissbluth is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HighTower. His commitment to disrupting the industry in favor of transparency and integrity has driven HighTower’s growth since he founded the company in 2007 in the midst of the financial crisis.
The business model he pioneered combines the fiduciary standard for financial advisors with an open-source platform where providers of the industry’s top products and solutions compete for HighTower clients’ business.
Elliot Weisbbluth and HighTower continue to challenge the status quo by bringing transformative ideas and transparent solutions to financial services.
1. Ignorance Can be Your Biggest Advantage
Whenever you are getting started in business ignorance and naivety can actually be one of your greatest advantages.
Do not see your ignorance as a curse, see it as a blessing. It may very well be the only reason that you succeed.
2. The Key to Managing Stress is Finding the Right Outlets
Life is stressful, business is stressful, and entrepreneurship is really stressful.
If you do not learn how to effectively manage your stressors, you will end up burned out and overwhelmed, utterly unable to continue on the path to success.
You have to learn to effectively mitigate and manage stress through positive outlets or risk failure due to overwhelm.
3. Financial Health is Just as Important as Physical Health
You will often hear leaders in the personal development sphere say the phrase “If you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything” and while this is true, if you do not have financial health, every other area of your life will suffer.
You have to master your physical health, because, without it, everything else in your life will deteriorate.
4. Don’t Mistake Achievement and Fulfillment
While financial health is extremely important, do not ever mistake financial achievement (or any other kind of achievement) for fulfillment.
You have to shift your focus from achievement to fulfillment.
What makes you come alive, what do you enjoy doing, who do you enjoy being around?
You will only have fulfillment in your life when you can answer these questions honestly and base the rest of your life around them.
5. Go Experience Failure
Growing up, you were told that failure is bad. That it is evil. That it should be avoided.
But the truth is, failure is one of the most valuable tools you have if you wish to become successful.
Go out and fail faster than you have ever failed before. The more you fail, the more you learn, and the more successful you will ultimately become.