Welcome! Thank you for visiting Advisor in the House, where I share with you insights gleaned from over forty years of personal and professional interactions with others. I encourage you to join the discussion. Please share your thoughts and experiences. Ask questions. Think. Feel. Imagine your practice transformed!
It was Socrates offering sage wisdom when he taught: “Never lead with statements when you can lead with questions.” Simple but profound wisdom, but difficult both to remember and implement. Why? Because all of us have so much we feel we need and want to say. And, human nature being what it is, we warm to the sound of our own voice. Asking questions has nothing to do with any voyeuristic curiosity we have aboutRead More
What are some ways we can support our clients through a divorce when it comes to their children? Through the years, I have had dozens of conversations with divorcing couples whose love and concern for their children is and must be number one. Parents separating and who may eventually divorce must convey to their children that this change in the family has not been and never will be their fault. When a marriage ends,Read More
Cats are curious creatures. Winston, our four year old Tonkinese, reverts to kitten status when we roll a ball across the floor or toss a toy mouse up in the air. He is innately curious; we activate that curiosity with a ball or toy. We of the human species are, like our feline friends, insatiably curious. We want to know more than is knowable. We ask questions the “Why am I here?” and “From whenceRead More
It is very rare when I discover that a deeply talented A clarion call to lead with purpose, Cadence of Care offers a wise and practical guide to deepening and enriching client relationships.
-Robert B. Seaberg, Ph.D. Intersect Consulting, LLC
Tim Owings understands what all the great ones know. People who trust you are far more important than all the product knowledge in the world.
-Don Connelly, Don Connelly Associates
The concepts Tim Owings shares in his book provide a comprehensive blueprint to integrate into practice.
-Marc D. Miller, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business, Henderson State University