What You Must Know Today To Attract Your ‘IDEAL’ Life Insurance Prospects To You!

Are you curious about how and why the ‘Top Life Insurance Producers’ are still able to attract and set appointments with their ‘IDEAL’ Life Insurance Prospects, to sell huge amounts of IUL, UL, & Whole Life Insurance in the current economy, especially with all the negatives about cash value life insurance?

What is it that the ‘Top Life Insurance Producers’ know, that 99% of the other life insurance salespeople don’t know about selling life insurance?

They know that the ‘Hot, New’ life insurance products and sales ideas that are being hyped out there, along with the ‘Old Fashioned’ typical life insurance marketing, prospecting and selling techniques that have been taught during the past 40 years or more by our companies, recruiters and even the industry gurus have resulted in a deplorable 90% failure rate for new agents, and a very disappointing net income of only $40,000 – $60,000 (after expenses) for most experienced advisors.

They also know that selling life insurance, especially Whole Life, Index Universal Life, and/or Universal Life Insurance, is NOT about you, your credentials, your products, or even the amount of money your clients will ultimately have using the Missed Fortune, Circle of Wealth, Infinite Banking, LEAP, college funding or any of those other hot new life insurance sales concepts! Read More

Achieving Financial Freedom Is Really About Setting Your Priorities

Financial freedom doesn’t just happen. It’s a series of conscious decisions we make about our spending, saving, investing, insuring and planning wisely for the future. It’s all about establishing a clear set of financial priorities. Many of us unconsciously go through life satisfying our immediate wants, without deciding if we really need it.

Please consider the following:

Where Is All Our Money Going?

In the 1960’s the average family size was 3.29 people. The average size new home being built was just over 1200 square feet. Today, the average sized family is only around 2.58 people. However, the average size new home being built today is over 2,349 square feet. That’s almost double the home size of the 60’s! If our families are smaller, then why are we buying these huge homes? Do we really need a bigger home or is it that we ‘want’ a bigger home? Doesn’t a bigger home cost us more? Don’t we need more furniture with a bigger home? Won’t we have to spend more of our hard earned money on property taxes, utilities, and other household expenses? Is all this added expense really necessary?

Who are we trying to impress, when we end up being house poor? Read More