“When you’re in the trenches, it can be hard to view things strategically.”

As a small firm, Archer Investment Management’s main priority was to grow its AUM. A difficult feat for a team not only deep in the trenches of daily business operations, but also deep in a rut.

Learn how Carson Executive Business Coach Michael Rose re-motivated the Archer team and helped them achieve consistent growth month over month for three years straight – aside from two months of loss due to market activity. Rose’s guidance has set Archer up for future growth as well – both internally and externally.

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