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Select Advisors has been instrumental in improving sales, and structuring our marketing and client communication processes, particularly with coaching dozens of our advisors, developing internal systems to improve collaboration and communication within our various departments, increasing the utilization of our CRM systems, adding revenue tracking and pipeline functions, and developing a team-based approach to prospecting.
— CEO of an eight-billion dollar advisory practice in New York
Amy’s ability to identify and connect with high net worth individuals, and establish a long term relationship with them is very rare.  She has the ability to uncover individuals who are either extremely under the radar or high profile, connect with them through a very polished methodology, and establish long-lasting business relationships with them.
— CEO of a single family office in Los Angeles, California
The Select Advisors Sales Training Program and Consulting Methodology helped boost the business development efforts of me and my team, enhancing the way we approached our strategies, and expanding our prospect list.  Since working with Select Advisors, our business has grown by 300%!
— CEO of a $150mm NY Advisory Firm
Amy’s sales coaching program brought sales to the forefront of my consciousness, helping me be much more aware of opportunities around business development. There is no technology, book or tangible product to bring about sales: Sales is a mindset. And Amy helped me see sales opportunities more clearly and automatically, especially around my existing client base.
— Million-dollor producer at an independent broker-dealer
Amy has an exceptional ability of connecting with and communicating with high net worth individuals, networking, and following through.  She comes across as very poised and non-confrontational, yet has an innate ability to sell to high net worth investors given the right timing and opportunity.
— Chief Strategist of a multi-billion dollar National Advisory Firm
At our recent annual Advisor Conference, Amy Parvaneh gave a strong presentation focused on the importance that emotional intelligence (EQ) plays in advisors’ efforts to grow their business. Amy provided practical examples of how to overcome common growth challenges advisors face today, including historically strong markets, little differentiation among advisors and investors’ fears. Her discussion on the impact that psychology plays was especially insightful. There was definitely something that each of our advisors could take-away to enhance their efforts to grow.
— Principal at a four-billion dollar wealth management practice
Amy helped our team get closer to and learn more about some of our prospects than we have had in five years.
— CEO of a $300mm advisory firm in Southern California
Amy has taught me how to control a conversation and frame my responses.  This has been a huge help for me in telling my story and proving credibility to people I speak with whether it is in person, email, or on the phone. I think Amy has been a great resource for me in that she has taught me how to sell myself, and find different ways of meeting people.”

“Relating what a prospect says to what our own firm does is the most effective thing I have learned. This involves my “Rocky” story and improvising based on the conversation. Viewing a client or prospect in terms of his/her network of contacts is a close second. The system Amy has instituted to track leads is the most practical tool I picked up.
— Financial advisors at a $300mm firm in Southern California