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How Tony Robbins co-opted Elliot Weissbluth (and HighTower data) and vice-versa

A co-venture half-detailed by this unlikely couple of Type A-plus go-getters may set the stage for a wider collaboration -- perhaps a co-robo

Author Lisa Shidler November 25, 2014 at 8:07 PM
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Tony Robbins: I found out about HighTower and the only concern is they only deal with ultra-high-net worth people.

Jeff Spears

Jeff Spears

November 25, 2014 — 9:46 PM

Don’t underestimate Tony Robbins. He is a proven winner. His insights into the wealth management industry are damning and should be adopted by independent advisors as they compete against Wall Street.

My only concern is that Tony and Elliott fall into the conflicted solution of the leading “coaches” in the RIA business.

Hope to finish Ton’s book over the break.

Maria Marsala

Maria Marsala

November 28, 2014 — 3:47 AM

This, IMO, is just want the industry needs — an infusion of a well-respected thought leader. Even if what they’re doing doesn’t succeed (and “Tony usually has A, B, C and D plans for each venture) what he brings to the future of the industry, will be priceless.


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