Support for the challenges of business and wealth

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New Book from Moira:

Advice that Sticks

How to Give Financial Advice that People will Follow

If your job involves giving financial counsel of any sort — accounting, investing, business planning, credit counselling — then you surely know how hard it can be for people to do the right things with their money. But did you know that part of the problem may lie with you, the advice-giver? Most financial professionals receive little to no training in how to deliver their advice effectively. As a result, much great advice goes unheeded, clients can’t reach their goals, and advisors have less-than-thriving practices. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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Welcome to Money, Mind and Meaning. I’m Dr. Moira Somers, family wealth psychologist and executive coach. I support business owners and their advisors to deal with the challenges of leadership and wealth management.

Successful leadership requires an ongoing commitment to personal growth and development. I work with leaders who are eager to evolve and willing to commit to their own development, for the greater good of their work, their family life, and their communities.

Money is an emotionally complex domain. Having the skills to manage that complexity — in themselves and in the people they serve — allows advisors to become trusted thinking partners. I teach financial professionals practical, easy-to-implement skills for working with people and their money.

I provide services in the following domains:

and Training
Family Wealth Consulting
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Upcoming Engagements

Kelley Keehn Live: Financial Skills for the Modern Family

Tune in here for a live conversation between Dr. Moira Somers and Kelley Keehn as they explore the most important financial skills needed for modern families, such as: Developing...

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Past Engagements

Rethinking Risk Tolerance Assessments (online presentation)

In this session, financial psychologist Dr. Moira Somers looks at how traditional risk tolerance assessments have failed advisers and their clients. She issues an invitation for a radical rethinking of...

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Free Booklet for
Professional Advisors

Transition Fatigue™:
Help for Worn-Out Clients
(and for the Advisor who Serves Them)

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