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Reflecting on Achievements: What Are You Most Proud Of?

As we step into a new year, the team at Unavida is delighted that Unavida has won another Top Adviser award.   It’s not just about setting new goals but also taking a moment to look back at our past achievements. These milestones can serve as a source of inspiration and motivation as we chart our course for the future.

In 2010, I had the immense honor of receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Million Dollar Round Table—a prestigious accolade reserved for top achievers in our industry. This recognition held a special significance for me because it came during a year of significant business challenges and stress. It was a reminder that even in the face of adversity, dedication and hard work can lead to remarkable accomplishments.

Fast forward to 2017 and 2018, and our firm achieved a remarkable distinction by being included in the Top 250 Advisers in the UK list, with our firm’s name proudly published in the Sunday Times. These recognitions affirmed that we were on the right path, delivering valuable services that our clients and the industry acknowledged.

Awards like these are more than just accolades—they signify that we’re making meaningful strides in our business. They reinforce the idea that our efforts are not in vain and that those who have the power to influence our success recognize the value we bring to the table.

As we embrace the opportunities of 2019, I’d like to pose a question to my clients and connections: What are you most proud of achieving in your life or career? Reflecting on your accomplishments can be a powerful way to set new goals and intentions for the year ahead.

But do awards and recognitions like these really make a difference? In my opinion, they absolutely do. They serve as tangible proof of our dedication and excellence. They boost our confidence and motivate us to strive for even greater heights. They also provide a sense of validation, reassuring us that our efforts are not in vain.

So, as you embark on your journey into 2019, take a moment to celebrate your past achievements, no matter how big or small. Use them as stepping stones towards a future filled with even greater success and fulfillment. After all, your accomplishments are a testament to your hard work, resilience, and determination.

What do you think? We are particularly proud that the Top Adviser award is the result of client reviews.

What are you most proud of having achieved, and what are your goals for the year ahead? Let’s embark on this journey together, armed with the knowledge that our achievements are the building blocks of a brighter future.

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