A Dow Jones Newswires Column
-An adviser's grueling 13-hour swim attracts potential clients
-Doesn't mention financial planning in his presentations but leaves business card
-Finds the low-key approach an effective one
After three Ironman triathlons and a swim around the island of Manhattan, Sandford Wollman decided to swim across the English Channel. For a year, he trained for hours and took cold showers to acclimate his body to the Channel's chilly waters. Charged with gaining weight to keep warm, he also ate a pint of ice cream a day. Then, on July 20, 1995, he dumped a bottle of champagne into the channel, an offering to Neptune and Poseidon, and jumped in. Ten hours later he was in agony, his stroke slowing and his mouth swollen from the salt water.
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