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Find clients through branding

Brad Myers 0.0

How to brand yourself through retirement parties and food baskets.

0:06:58

Make the most of the client’s first meeting

MDRT 5.0

What questions should you ask, and what information should you provide in your first meeting with a client? In this episode, MDRT members discuss their best practices for that introductory conversation.<br><br> You’ll hear from:<br><br> Liru Chang, MBA<br> Roy Hall<br> Kobus Kleyn, CFP <br> Scott S. Paterick, CLU, ChFC<br><br> If you'd like to subscribe, find us on iTunes at MDRT Podcast.

0:01:35

The fear of splitting commissions: One minute inside a high-performing office

Micheline Varas, RHU 0.0

When is 100 percent less profitable than 50 percent? Find out from a Top of the Table qualifier.

0:05:21

A new lens

Daniel O'Connell, MBA 0.0

O'Connell explains how he used seminars to grow his business and make changes to deal with regulations. Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting.

The underserved market

Scott Rogers 0.0

Ross focuses on a neglected market - women - to build a thriving practice.

Ideas

MDRT 0.0

Committee members share their best ideas on prospecting for new clients.

Mature simplicity: Ahead to the past

Russell Collins 5.0

Life insurance has to be sold, and the key to this sale, Collins says, is communication skills. People buy what they understand, not what they don't. They buy your advice first, and your product last. Collins discusses questions guaranteed to produce insurance sales and how to transfer the answers to these questions into a one-page sales solution that will dramatically increase your closing rate into successful sales.

What do you say after you say hello?

Angus Donald McQueen 0.0

What you say and do next after meeting someone increases or decreases the likelihood of them doing business with you. Top of the Table member McQueen demonstrates a simple engagement process and a fresh approach to the first meeting, which has moved him to bigger and bigger fee-paying clients. His insight into goal setting and engagement techniques is sure to position you differently from your competition.

Social media at the next level

David M. Ethell, LUTCF; Ken Ibuki 0.0

How you can stand out from the Internet crowd.

A tale of two minds

Paul Santoro 0.0

Santoro explains how to better engage the emotional side of the brain to help financial professionals engage effectively with worried clients and prospects, move cash into longer term investments and help clients stay on course.

Is your networking working?

Matt Pais 0.0

The do's and don'ts of networking.

Need more clients? Change your words and change your life

Simon Singer, CFP, RFC 0.0

Prospects — most advisors, regardless of their experience, struggle with finding them throughout their career. Join Singer, a nationally lauded communications expert, as he shares his more than 40 years of experience motivating people into action. Convert more prospects into clients by learning which questions to ask, and which statements motivate and disturb prospects. Don’t miss this presentation from a No. 1 speaker at the InsMark Symposium and Laureate Program of the Southern California Institute.

Knockout networking

Michael Goldberg, CSP 0.0

Boxing, like networking, is about the connection. Better connections for your fight game — your business — lead to greater success! Most advisors are not born networkers; they develop the skills and confidence through training, practice and a positive attitude. Join Goldberg as he discusses tools for becoming more confident meeting new people, defining your target market, delivering a knockout elevator speech and generating more referrals.

The 12 P's of performance

Bruce W. Etherington, CLU, ChFC 5.0

Join longtime Top of the Table member Etherington as he outlines his 12 ingredients for success.

Catching, keeping and growing

Alvaro Aldrete Morfin, LUTC, FSS 0.0

Are you spending more time trying to find new customers ("catching") than on maintaining current ones satisfaction ("keeping")? According to Morfin, you aren’t alone — most financial professionals struggle with this balance. Learn to optimize your time and energy by balancing three areas: catching, keeping and growing your business by asking for qualified referrals. Morfin shows you the value and the importance of keeping current customers satisfied. Discover how to improve your closing average and focus on the niche markets where you feel more successful.

Prosperity through the 5 B's and 5 P's

Rebecca Kallioniemi 0.0

Kallioniemi’s experiences struggling as a child with ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) and being labeled a “problem child,” helped her uncover and refine her passion: helping others. After joining the insurance industry, she funneled this passion into refining her Five B’s and Five P’s — transferrable ideas to help agents gain prospects and get unlimited referrals. Join Kallioniemi as she walks through each idea and demonstrates how it helped her reach Court of the Table production and feel comfortable prospecting.