Advisor March 2016
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Featured in Advisor Today
Three top producers explain how they are making great strides in getting their clients to sign on the dotted line.
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The steps outlined in this article will make a difference in your energy levels, life and business.
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Here’s how successful producers keep their prospecting pipeline full.
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Understanding their primary financial concerns will help you offer the products and services that will best alleviate their fears.
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More from the Current Issue of AT
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Podcast Series
Listen to tips from New York Life agent and registered investment advisor Irma Inés Quiñones, CLU, ChFC, CLTC, who was recently presented with the Jack Richter Memorial Agent of the Year Award by the Silicon Valley association of NAIFA.
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Unnamed Zone
The ability to find humor in the most stressful situations can make the difference between career burnout and success. To brighten your day, we've compiled our favorite articles from Advisor Today's Lighter Side of Life column.
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Recent research also shows that nearly half of American workers believe they are not saving enough for retirement.
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