Do you have a trusted adviser? What does it mean to have one?

Hi, Jacob Aldridge here. Time for another episode of the Blackboard Fridays. I have been working with over 300 business owners in Australia and all over the world as a business adviser since 2005. Having a trusted adviser just means having someone help you resolve issues that keep you up at night.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone who will always be willing and available whenever you have questions you cannot seem to find answers to? What criteria do we look at to be able to wisely choose a trusted adviser, one that will best fit you and your business?