Anjitha Shivadas Nair

I have heard that most of the Financial Planners are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Financial Planners are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

Alok Agrawal
Alok Agrawal
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  • Bangalore

Though financial planners are confined to office spaces and cubicles, is not that boring because the work what they do demands hard work and mental storming which left them with no space for boredom.


The work demands full involvement and no time to think about entertainment and other things. But true it seems boring sitting in same place inside a cubicle all the time but if enjoy your work nothing can be bring where ever you sit and work. may it be cubicle or travelling day and night, it all about choices and areas and focus of interest.
If you really want to be a financial planner than you should not think about this aspect of the area rather than you should focus on improving your skills more to serve best in the industry you are going to work.

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