Lately I’ve been writing a lot about so-called business “wisdom”that advisory firm owners should take with a grain of salt.

That’s the case mostly because I get tired of playing janitor inmy consulting work when advisory firms come to me and I have toclean up the mess of those firms who’ve tried the latest “key” to success, before I can even dothe real consulting work.

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Angie Herbers

Angie Herbers is chief executive and senior consultant at Herbers & Co., an independent management strategy consultancy for financial advisory firms. She can be reached at