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Jan 8, 2009 1:50 pm

I am in the same situation and I would rather work with an Indy. 
But my problem is that I am looking for the additional income for about
3-4 months so that I can stay a float personally and business
expenses.  So here is my plan and let me know what you all think. 



I have spoke to an independent who is very interested with me that
wants me on board but will not be able to pay me a salary.  The firm
will only deal with a certain net worth or certain type of client.  It
will take me 3-4 months to close on a client that will fit the mode,
but once closed I will have what I need to get started and enough to
live off of until the next client. I have interviewed with EJ,
Ameriprise, Northwestern Mutual and others.  Most of the companies have
paid training.  Since I have my L&H, 7, and 66.  I can generate
some income from training and selling a couple of products to family
and friends (of course the product has to be good, I am not a crook). 
I plan on doing this while I court my high networth client.  This
opportunity will help me relocate my family to a better region and it
will help me get the business that I want to get into. 

Jan 8, 2009 1:56 pm

And what if Mark Cuban doesn't want to invest with you?

Jan 8, 2009 2:08 pm

Instead of starting a new topic on the same exact idea, just post under the old topic...

 
All of the questions are the same....
 
Yeah sell some high commissioned products to your family and friends(love how you say sell products to your friends, that sounds like a good advisor).
 
Second who know when you will land your next client..
 
Why are you asking us... this is the same terrible idea that the other guy had...Get training build a book and then xfer if you want...