Formerly a stockbroker, insurance broker, and award-winning sales manager, Aaron writes for the financial and real estate industry as an educator and marketer. His first book, The Sales Funnel Bible, helps advisors master their sales funnel.
Rosemary is an author, columnist and an international business coach for financial advisors. She spent her career working at leading investment firms before pursuing her passion for coaching. She lives in Victoria, BC. Visit her website at www.rosemarysmyth.com.
Trust can mean different things to different people. Trust is also a function of both character and competence. To demonstrate trust, we need to... Read More >
Tia Nichole McMillen, MSM, is an officer of the U.S. Navy and recent graduate of The American College, which she attended through a scholarship awarded by the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs. Tia.McMillen@wcinput.com
My financial principles included paying everything in cash, never being in debt and forcefully investing in my future. It was this forward thinking that brought me to The American College. Read More >
Morris A. “Moe” Silverman, CLU® began his insurance career with then American United Life in 1959 and is still an active agent. OneAmerica (AUL) recently honored Moe with the company’s first Lifetime Achievement Award, adding to the recognition he has received over his many years of service and leadership in the industry. Moe.Silverman@wcinput.com
Selling a life insurance policy today can safeguard generations down the line. Read More >
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