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How To Double Or Even Triple Your Profits Doing Consistent Sequenced Mailings…

December 28th, 2015

Here’s one of Brian Kay’s top rated newletter’s on how sell insurance to prospects and how to sell insurance to existing clients and referrals using consistent sequenced mailings…

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The Importance of Discussing Goals, Expectations and Risk

December 11th, 2014

Delbar’s 20th annual Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior Report came out earlier this year. As always, it’s a revealing portrait not only into core statistics of mainstream investors, but also into the foolish mindset of most investors.

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Do This, You’ll Be Amazed

August 1st, 2014

How many people do you know who have made a New Year’s resolution and have already abandoned it? (with almost six months still to go on the year nonetheless!)

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How to Write a Great Insurance Prospecting Letter

May 29th, 2014

How to Write Great Insurance Prospecting Letters

What’s the difference between good insurance prospecting letters and a great ones?

When people read a good prospecting letter, they’ll place it in a stack of paperwork they intend to take care of later. When they read a great life insurance prospecting letter for example, they will call you immediately.

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The New Trend in Insurance is Old School Whole Life Insurance

December 23rd, 2013

A fellow Advisor sent me over a great article that gives solid and straightforward insight into why old school whole life insurance is back in vogue.

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The End is Near… for 401(k)s

December 6th, 2013

It’s common practice for employers – especially in the service industry – to give their hard-working employees a discount.

It’s usually not a whole lot, but at least it’s something. And even the smallest of discounts can be appreciated because something is better than nothing.

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Dave Ramsey Shows His Ugly Side

October 22nd, 2013

Americans put a lot of faith in the biggest names of the financial advice industry – probably no one more than Dave Ramsey.

Truth be told, Ramsey can merely utter a few words and his followers will save or spend millions of dollars in the matter of hours.

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What Mozart and Kobe Bryant Have in Common

October 4th, 2013

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Kobe Bryant are rarely mentioned in the same sentence, but they share three things in common that bridge the 200 years between their lives.

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The ONLY Question Worth Asking Yourself Every Night

September 20th, 2013

Very often, when the workday is over, we have our moments of clarity about our work – how we did, what we did right, what we could have done better.

That bird’s eye view of hindsight allows us to look back objectively. It removes us from the stressful situations in which big decisions are made and gives an unbiased look at if we brought our A-game to the table.

So with that said, here is a question you need to be asking yourself every work day evening…

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Successful People vs Unsuccessful People: How To Tell Them Apart

September 6th, 2013

If you were looking down on a room with 50 of your peers, do you think you would be able to pick out who are successful and who are unsuccessful – without seeing their sales numbers?

There are many ways to do this, and this email will show you how. At the bottom of this email are two very helpful infographs that serve as motivators for success.

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