Bullish Thinking: The Advisor?s Guide to Surviving and Thriving on Wall Street

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 12, 2012 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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Bullish Thinking is packed with hard-hitting true stories of financial professionals who have faced the many job stressors that fill this competitive industry. In it, you’ll learn how to identify particular problems and initiate the process of getting help, all while reading in-depth case studies and extensive examples that exemplify the obstacles you may face. Throughout the book, the authors take the time to introduce you to action-oriented approaches that will help you survive and thrive during even the toughest times.
 

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Contents

Preface
Introduction
Emotional Issues
Bullish Thinking
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Plight of the Wholesaler
Do You Know Your Mindset?
The 10 Investor
Getting What You Want and Need from Others
Family Therapy for Advisors
Gender Challenges on the Street
You Are Not Alone
Bad Medicine for Wall Street
Dr Alden Casss Landmark Research Study
Recommended Readings and Resources
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Dr. Alden Cass, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and performance coach for competitiveexecutives, athletes, and musicians. He is President and Chief Consultant of Catalyst Strategies Group, a team of psychologists specializing in coaching financial services executives and individuals performing under stressful job conditions. Dr. Cass conducted the nation's first clinical investigation in twenty-five years on the mental health of stockbrokers. He also writes a Web column for Trader Monthly magazine and TheStreet.com, and is a bimonthly columnist for On Wall Street magazine.

Dr. Brian F. Shaw, PhD, is a professor of psychiatry and public health science, a clinical psychologist,and one of the originators of applied cognitive-behavioral therapy. He is the coauthor of Addiction and Recovery For Dummies (Wiley) and Cognitive Therapy of Depression, and the principal of BFS Consulting, a sports and entertainment consulting firm based in Toronto, Canada.

SYDNEY LeBLANC is a thirty-year financial services industry veteran, journalist, publisher, and author, as well as a codirector of The Fisher LeBlanc Group.

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