About Dr. Jack

Dr. Jack Singer is a nationally renowned psychologist, professional speaker, author, trainer, mentor and consultant to financial advisor organizations. He is the author of "Financial Advisor's Ultimate Stress Mastery Guide" and known for his Life-Changing Presentations and Accelerated Success Mentoring Program for Financial Professionals.

How HR Professionals Can Use Employee Wellness Program Statistics to Their Advantage

As an HR Professional, I know you’ve been there and done that: trying your best to convince your CEO about the benefits that employee and workplace wellness programs will bring to the company. While you can state statistics about how stress mastery workshops, for example, will reduce healthcare costs, your CEO is mainly concerned […]

By |March 15th, 2016|Blog, Fitness and Health, General, Practice Management|0 Comments

Controlling Costs Are Not the Only Incentive for CFO’s to Purchase Your Health Benefits Packages!

Most benefits firms assume that the key determination for CFO’s in their choice of employee health benefits packages is return on investment (ROI) and their desire to get the cheapest option.  But in a new survey of 345 CFO’s conducted by the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), a national nonprofit research firm supported by more […]

By |March 8th, 2016|Blog, Financial Advisors, Fitness and Health|0 Comments

Mental Wealth: How Wellness Programs Impact the Financial Health of Your Company

Corporations seem to be taking employee wellness more and more seriously. As employee health issues are increasing, and the subsequent healthcare costs are rising, it’s no wonder that more executives are jumping on to the wellness program bandwagon. The truth of the matter is, when corporations embrace the core values of promoting employee health, […]

By |March 1st, 2016|Blog, Financial Advisors, Fitness and Health|0 Comments

Tips for the Trucking Industry: How to Improve Resilience When Facing Stressors

Remaining resilient in the face of stressors is an important skill no matter what your occupation is. Using my experience as an applied sports psychologist, my practice focuses on teaching financial advisors how to develop the mindset of a champion. However, you’d be surprised how many other groups can benefit from this same message. […]

By |February 23rd, 2016|Blog, Self Improvement, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Mental Toughness Lessons From The 2016 Super Bowl Quarterbacks

With 34 years as a professional sports psychologist, I know a thing or two about mental toughness, overcoming adversity and what it takes to become a champion. As I watched Super Bowl 50, I noticed a striking difference between the quarterbacks on those key points. Peyton Manning displayed all the characteristics that make up […]

By |February 16th, 2016|Advising the Advisors, Applied Sports Psychology, Blog|1 Comment

Why You Need to Know About Workplace Wellness

Today, many companies are recognizing the importance of employee physical and psychological wellness by creating special workplace wellness programs. So far, results show that these programs benefit employees as well as companies. From the employee standpoint, this focus on health can reduce job stress and raise employee morale. At the business level, these employee […]

By |February 9th, 2016|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Fitness and Health|0 Comments

Dealing With Adversity: See How I Handle It Worry-Free

Everybody encounters adversity and, as I’ve mentioned many times, stress is not completely the result of the adversities you face – it’s more about how you interpret and handle the situation. To demonstrate, I’d like to share a recent example from my own life.
Facing Adversity
I was about to board a plane today, heading for […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Seahawks Share A Valuable Lesson Advisor’s Need to Learn

In last week’s playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Carolina Panthers, Pete Carroll found his team behind at halftime 31-0. How he handled this situation is a lesson that all financial advisors should take to heart.
Coming Back From Behind
Following his tremendous leadership and optimistic core values, the entire team still believed they could […]

What Every Financial Professional Needs to Know from Politicians

There are lessons that financial professionals can learn by watching the debates with our 2016 political hopefuls. You can see that the messages which resonate most with voters are those messages where the candidate seems to have his/her finger on the pulse of the pain that voters are feeling (e.g., the threats of ISIS, […]

By |January 19th, 2016|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Financial Advisors|0 Comments

The Best New Year’s Resolution: Say Goodbye to Toxic Clients

A few weeks ago I featured two blog posts on the topic of “toxic” personality types that financial advisors encounter in their careers. Step one is recognizing these toxic personalities, and step two involves avoiding them, or transferring them out of your practice if needed. In these blog posts I discussed the first six […]

By |January 12th, 2016|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Financial Advisors, Stress Management|0 Comments