Setting Intentions and Channeling the Competitive Spirit ft. Chase Crump, CFP®, Partner & Wealth Advisor at WFA (Ep. 4)

Setting Intentions and Channeling the Competitive Spirit ft. Chase Crump, CFP®, Partner & Wealth Advisor at WFA (Ep. 4)

“Life is bigger than just what we do.”

Thanks for joining us in the Disruption Blueprint studio to welcome Chase Crump, CFP®, Partner and Wealth Advisor at WFA. Chase is a heart forward advisor who brings a tremendous amount of authenticity to the profession. Chase is a champion of caring; he cares about how people feel and carries a tremendous amount of empathy for others. He has a way of uplifting his spirit to set his mind in the right place every single day.

As we shared in the last Disruption Blueprint episode with Dany L. Martin, WFA has 96 cumulative years of trusted advisor experience and 134+ cumulative years of administrative experience. Like their logo the Tree of Life, WFA has branched out and grown so much in the past year. They hired a new advisor, Jody Bluitt, they opened their third office location in Louisiana, and they never forget to focus on the big picture: clients, family, team, and community.

Listen to this episode to hear Chase’s thoughts on the benefits of meditation and finding stillness, why it’s so important to make deeper connections and relationships with people, and how to channel a competitive spirit. There is so much awesome information in this episode, we know you’re going to get fired up!

“Life is bigger than just what we do,” says Chase. As he mentions in this episode, the world’s bigger than work so we have to make connections with people and clients that go beyond managing money.

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Join the conversation to hear about:

  • Welcome Chase to Disruption Blueprint 
  • Why be a financial advisor?
  • Setting intentionally and mindset 
  • The benefits of meditation and finding stillness 
  • Making deeper connections and relationships with people 
  • Chase’s modern approach to office attire 
  • Channeling competitive spirit 
  • Everything you want is on the other side of fear 
  • Chase’s advice for people starting out and how to become a successful advisor
  • Collaboration and working with RFG Advisory 

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