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What are the benefits of being strategically absent from your business, and how can you pursue these benefits? It is possible that strategic absence can benefit you, your staff, and your clients. For many, this requires counterintuitive thoughts and actions. You may find it challenging in terms of trust, control, and confidence. But, this should not prevent you from pursuing the substantial benefits this can produce. Paul Anthes examines the benefits, strategies, and outcomes of being “strategically absent” when you are away from work.
Paul Anthes is the founder and president of the Financial Advisory Corporation, having started the firm in 1988. His primary roles include working with clients, leadership, and strategic planning for the firm. He is also the founder and lead coach of R3 Coaching, specializing in teaching people to focus their time to enhance life balance. Paul graduated from Michigan State University and is a Certified Financial Planner™. He is a Charter Member of Kingdom Advisors and a member of the Advisory Council for the Ron Blue Institute at Indiana Wesleyan University. Paul and his wife have been married over 30 years and have two children.