Finding My Tribe at Wealth/Stack

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I recently had the opportunity to attend the Wealth/Stack Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. There are so many conferences for our industry that it is sometimes hard to determine what will be a good one to attend and which will not be a good use of your time. I must say, Wealth/Stack was a great conference and worth the time I spent away from the office. This conference, being held for the first time, brought 700 plus attendees who represented a “Who’s, who” of the #FinTwit and Fintech community. It was also the first conference that I have gone to where the vast majority of attendees were advisors.

The sessions were all informative, helpful and interesting, hands down, but I want to spend my time sharing with you the sense of community that was projected at this event. Some would say that many of the attendees were competitors to a degree, but that was never felt. What I did feel was a community of likeminded people coming together to help, support and bring each other’s respective businesses to the next level while providing the best level of advice and service for their clients.

During the few days I was at this conference I connected with people I knew, met others I had never met previously in person and those that I met for the first time. Each conversation I had allowed me to learn something new or build a relationship with someone that I wanted to stay in touch with so we could continue the conversation. This conference allowed me to find my tribe and put us all in a position to learn and grow together.

As we go through life it is important for us to find our tribe, community, which helps build you up and inspire you. Wealth/Stack did that and more. I have a community of experts in all different areas of financial services following this trip, from all over the country. This community will be valuable to me and my clients as time goes on. I have seen this in a few other areas of my life, the author and hockey communities. Like the financial services community, the author and hockey communities also serve to build up, inspire and help those that are part of it.

It is important to find your community and become active in it. Once you find the right community you will know as you will feel inspired, feel great about what you do and know that you have a network of others like you there to help in a moment if needed. Thank you Wealth/Stack for providing a great opportunity to learn and grow!

This article represents the opinion of Mitlin Financial Inc. It should not be construed as providing investment, legal and/or tax advice.

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