If you don’t feel in control of your time and business, you can take some solace in knowing that you aren’t alone. According to a study by the Financial Planning Association, less than half of advisors feel somewhat or completely in control. The biggest obstacle? Trying to do too much. Read more results in a story at ThinkAdvisor. Also, the news about Vanguard Group’s new Person Advisor Services, a model that provides a financial plan, asset allocation and ongoing monitoring, plus access to a financial advisor for a low fee on assets held, has prompted a lot of industry discussion. In an article at InvestmentNews, reaction is mixed, but not all advisors view it as a threat. In his blog post at Nerd’s Eye View, Michael Kitces compares the new service with “robo” and human advisors. He notes that the model has the power to alter the landscape of the financial planning marketplace.