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Mar 22, 2008 10:38 am
topics I'm interested in seeing more of: 
I'm interested in hearing stories over why somme of you were so anxious to go Indy - is it because you make more money or because you can't stand dealing with coworkers and bosses?
 
 
of course, more sales tips:  stories about how you made or put a lot of time and effort in and didn't make the sale, or a sale or customer's biz, you really really had to work for.
 
Oh nevermind, I just noticed this forum here so I'll browse the topics for sales tips 
http://forums.registeredrep.com/forumtopics.asp?FID=5
 
 
What about cert's - it seems CFP's would make a sale over those not certified, espec if new in the field with no existing client base?
 
 
Best firms for newbies:  It seems ML would be the company I'd want to work for if I were interested in moving from ins to finance&investment advice.
 
  
What other topics would you like to see here on the forum.  Charlie-nan, you need not respond!
 
have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy the Holiday!
 
Megan.
Mar 22, 2008 11:01 am

Want more of.... THESE POSTS!!!!  THEY ARE SOOOOO HELPFUL AND INTERESTING!!!!

CAPS LOCK= SARCASM
Mar 22, 2008 11:07 am

That's fair enough, so you didn't like my topic. 


What topics would you like to see more of, Bluetang?
I'm not going to use this as a conversation thread since the purpose was just to mention topics that we'd like to see more of but throw stones if it makes ya feel better.  Don't be so blue.
Mar 22, 2008 11:12 am
megamonet:




I'm not going to use this as a conversation thread
 
 
Thanks, it is nice to see that sarcasm is not lost on you.
Mar 22, 2008 12:10 pm
bluetang, are you an indy? 
Advantages?  Really make more money? or just less hassle with being able to be your own boss?  C'mon and spill the beans.......