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Feb 14, 2008 3:02 pm

I just passed the 6, so I have the 63 and Insurance exam before I start working.  But I have a few terribly simply questions

I read Judge's 500.. but I don't even understand how you get numbers for cold calling.  Will my company provide a list or something?

On Mondays, we're suppose to get 12 appointments for tues, weds, and thurs.. so pretty much we aren't in the office on those days.  Is this the same for most places?  If so, do you also try and set up appointments during non office days?


Feb 14, 2008 3:04 pm

btw, I work for AIG, if that matters

Feb 14, 2008 3:08 pm

One more thing, do most companies charge sitting fees to their clients?

Feb 14, 2008 3:12 pm

Sitting fees?  Are you taking pictures?

Feb 14, 2008 3:39 pm
HalfPastGone:

I just passed the 6, so I have the 63 and Insurance exam before I start working.  But I have a few terribly simply questions

I read Judge's 500.. but I don't even understand how you get numbers for cold calling.  Will my company provide a list or something?

On Mondays, we're suppose to get 12 appointments for tues, weds, and thurs.. so pretty much we aren't in the office on those days.  Is this the same for most places?  If so, do you also try and set up appointments during non office days?


 
As you build your business you will not be in the office.. This is the norm! You need to be networking none stop trying to set as many appointments as possible. PERIOD!
 
About your sitting fee questions.. I doubt many on this forum will answer yes, we are mostly brokers and do more than set a financial picture.. We sell products to help people reach other goals.. So it is just an incidental part of our business. 
 
Hope that helps..
 
Miss J
Feb 14, 2008 4:11 pm

HalfPast - Given the kinds of questions you're asking, I'd strongly urge you to find yourself a long-term mentor at AIG. It would be a much greater benefit to you than getting random questions answered by us.