Ron Carson

Ron
Carson
Founder and CEO,
Carson Wealth
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Ron Carson is Founder and CEO of Carson Wealth Management Group, a wealth planning firm in Omaha. In 1993, he founded the Peak Advisor Alliance, a coaching program for financial advisors, and has also written a book on building a practice, Tested in the Trenches. Most recently, Ron co-authored the New York Times best selling book on wealth and values called Avalanche, and the blueprinting process that goes with it. Together these tools help advisors learn how to clarify their mission, vision, and values by setting business and life goals. Ron and his wife Jeanie reside in Omaha and have three children, two dogs and a cat. He enjoys golfing, flying, and is an avid Nebraska Cornhusker fan.

Articles
Advisors: Be Bifocal!
Being bifocal means putting your attention where it needs to be in your daily routine
The Need for Advisors to Be Great Leaders 1
As advisors, so many don’t put proactive effort and thought into becoming better leaders.
Financial Advisors Live In a Meritocracy 1
We live in a time where consumers have an abundance of options, all of which are fighting for their attention and commitment. This also gives the consumer the advantage in purchasing power.
Start Calling it a Profession 6
There will always be a need for those who build the business and capture the assets. However, to be successful in today’s evolving landscape there will be just as much a need for those who are educated, committed and have a passion for improving the financial lives of their clients.
What I'm Eating/Drinking: Dr. Oz Drink
So much of what makes a good leader and a successful advisor is dedicating time to improving yourself in order to better serve the needs of your team, your family, and yourself.
What I'm Reading and Watching: TED Conferences
Some of the personal improvement tools I have incorporated into my life that have made me a smarter CEO, a healthier husband and father, and a happier person.
What I'm Tracking: Productivity Management System
So much of what makes a good leader and a successful advisor is dedicating time to improving yourself in order to better serve the needs of your team, your family, and yourself.
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