Ever dream of bringing down the house at Madison Square Garden or filling the Grand Ole Opry to capacity? Fortunately, there’s more than one way to be a superstar. Because whether your specialty is efficiency, firm growth or something in between, you put everything you’ve got into performing well on behalf of your clients.

So, what kind of superstar are you?

Answer a few quick questions to find out.

Whether it's amazing dance moves or a high note that could break glass on Mars, every star has their specialty.

What sets you apart from the rest?

  • Efficiency
    My bass line bumps at a productive pace.
  • Talent
    My ensemble is always in sync.
  • Risk Management
    I won't let missteps break up the band.
  • Client Experiences
    If the fans aren’t happy, I’m not happy.
  • Growth
    I'm on my way to topping the charts.

There’s no business like show business.

What do you love most about your job?

  • Giving back to my fans
  • Being a solo act
  • Seeing my “fame” translate into financial independence
  • Delivering a stellar performance at a lower cost

Like a heartthrob to a pop star, every idol has their weakness.

What's your weakness?

  • Efficiency
    I can’t seem to find the right rhythm.
  • Talent
    My backup vocals are a little pitchy.
  • Risk management
    Forgotten lyrics are just the beginning.
  • Client experiences
    My performances could use a little pizzazz.
  • Growth
    I need better tools to go from opening act to headliner.

Worried about becoming a one-hit wonder?

Tell us what you think your biggest threat to success is.

  • Robo-advisors
    How can I compete with something auto-tuned?
  • The global economy
    Can I keep up with the latest trends?
  • Regulatory changes
    I hate when the government changes their tune.
  • New advisory models
    It’s like learning to sing all over again!
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