Bullish Thinking: The Advisor?s Guide to Surviving and Thriving on Wall Street
John Wiley & Sons, Dec 12, 2012 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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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