Continuing the theme of Praxis – Part 4 in an 6 part series

Aristotle said: “Whatever we learn to do, we learn by actually doing it (Praxis); men come to be builders, for instance, by building, and harp players by playing the harp. In the same way, by doing just acts we come to be just; by doing self-controlled acts, we come to be self-controlled; and by doing brave acts, we become brave.”

Personal financial planners, must not only have knowledge and experience, they most also possess ethics. And if we follow along Aristotle’s line of reasoning, ethics or “just acts” are acquired by ‘doing just acts/being ethical.’ And in financial services, ‘doing just acts/being ethical’ is a challenge. [Read more…]