Over the years, you’ve likely had numerous conversations with clients extolling the virtues of planning for their financial goals. But when the focus is turned on you, do you have a hard time practicing what you preach? If so, you’re definitely not alone! According to a recent survey, only 30 percent of financial advisors have a succession plan in place, many of which are of “dubious” quality. If you’re in this camp, there are many reasons you might resist—it’s too overwhelming, you’re too busy, or you simply don’t want to retire. But whatever your rationale, having a sound succession plan in place can help ensure maximum protection for your clients, your staff, and your family. So, where do you begin?