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Thank You – White Paper1

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Form – White Paper 1

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Moving Qualified Funds to a Paid Up Life Insurance Policy Training/Webinar

Helping Your Clients Leave a Tax-Free Death Benefit Using Un-taxed Money! With spring in the air and Tax Season officially behind us, hit to golf course with Senior Benefit Services as we’ll show you how to Avoid the “2 Stroke” Tax Penalty when you’re clients a
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How to Escape the Cult of “Busy”

People who often say they’re “too busy” or “crazy busy” sound like buzzing busy signals. And when you start sounding like an appliance, it makes it hard to connect with you. My reaction to your busy signal is much like that of Mindy Kaling, who sees stres
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Avoid These Three Deadly Sins of Sales Messaging

Salespeople’s lips moving—that’s how deals get done. Everyone talks about the importance of listening during the sales cycle; but, let’s face it, no one buys from a mute salesperson. You eventually have to talk, and when you do, know this: The entire deal is riding o
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What Do Your Clients Really Think About You?

You can’t slap a “How’s my driving?” sticker on your company’s bumper–so you need to find better ways to gauge where you stand with clients. Every business leader knows that success is built upon excellent client relationships. So why do so many businesses devo
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SPWL Training & Easy Sales Webinar

A typical client believes the best way to leave money behind for their loved ones is to simply save and set it aside. Learn how to easily leverage their money so that they can leave more to a spouse, child, or grandchild.  Unlike most webinars that focus on the higher net worth retire
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What Your Email Inbox Count Says About You

What’s the number of unread emails—right now, at this moment, without changing anything—in your inbox? That would be 3,487 in the case of Jen here; 1 in the case of Rebecca. More about what that means in a second, but first, a bit of backstory: The New Yorker‘s Silvia Kill
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Time Management for the Insurance Broker

  Take Away…. How we start our day will most likely dictate how the day will finish up. If you start the day unprepared, then you will typically get very little accomplished. If you start each day with a plan, then you will finish each day successfully. If you can free up 30 minu
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