Industry Forecasting For Financial Advisors In The 2020sBill Good

    Forecasting Your Industry in the 2020s

    There are several specific best practices you must implement in the 2020s. Do them and you’ll thrive. Ignore them, and you’ll find it hard to even survive.

    Take it from Bill, who has coached thousands of advisors across three decade transitions. In 1989, Bill wrote an article in Registered Rep Magazine titled “Getting Ready for the 90s”. Pretty much every prediction or recommendation he made came true. Same for his article in February 1998, when he forecast where the industry would go in the 2000s. Advisors who listened grew by leaps and bounds. Advisors who didn’t, well… many are not in business anymore.

    What You MUST Do To Survive and Thrive

    Now, at AdvisorCon, Bill will forecast what your industry will be like in the next decade.

    In this special presentation, Bill will show you:

    • Which predictions he got right in the past, and the few he got wrong.
    • What will change over the next decade, and what will stay the same.
    • The CRITICAL best practices every advisor must implement in the 2020s.
    • What it takes to be the next decade’s Ira Walker, Mike Robertson, Rhonda Ferguson, Chad Henry, or Rob Rose.


    Financial advisors who assume that nothing will change – that everything will stay the same – will fall behind. You know the old saying: If you keep doing what you’ve been doing, at best all you’ll get is what you got. At AdvisorCon, Bill will show you how to evolve with the times while retaining what still works. He’ll show what will keep you in business in the 2020s.

    Come learn what the future looks like so that, ten years from, now, Bill won’t have to say, “I told you so.”


    About Bill Good

    Bill Good is the founder and chairman of Bill Good Marketing. Named one of the top four coaches in the financial industry by Wealth Management Magazine, he has helped thousands of advisors double their production or work half as much for over forty years. In his spare time, he enjoys travel, writing, and photography.