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Twitter / Doodlervs: Why you don't need life ...

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RT @PaulBrownCFP: Hmmmm I think I will stick with the insurance option RT “@Doodlervs: Why you don't need life insurance! http://t.co/fVgViQelPh”;
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I couldn't find the comedian who made this list. Sad but true--some people ACTUALLY BELIEVE this...

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Elevator Speech

What's a good FE elevator speech for cold door knocking? (Elevator Speech - Insurance Forums http://t.co/9pu1Gk1PKd)
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An elevator speech is as essential as a business card. You need to be able to say who you are, what you do, what you are interested in doing and how you can be a resource to your listeners. If you donʹt have an elevator speech, people wonʹt know what you really do.
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE- Before writing any part of your elevator speech, research your audience. You will be much more likely to succeed if your elevator speech is clearly targeted at the individuals you are speaking to. Having a ʹgenericʹ elevator pitch is almost certain to fail.
KNOW YOURSELF - Before you can convince anyone of your proposition you need to know exactly what it is. You need to define precisely what you are offering, what problems you can solve and what benefits you bring to a prospective contact or employers
Answer the following questions:
1. What are your key strengths?
2. What adjectives come to mind to describe you?
3. What is it you are trying to ʹsellʹ or let others know about you?
4. Why are you interested in the company or industry the person represents?
OUTLINE YOUR TALK - start an outline of your material using bullet points. You donʹt need to add any detail at this stage; simply write a few notes to help remind you of what you really want to say. They don’t need to be complete sentences.
You can use the following questions to start your outline:
1. Who am I?
2. What do I offer?
3. What problem is solved?
4. What are the main contributions I can make?
5. What should the listener do as a result of hearing this?
FINALIZE YOUR SPEECH - Now that you have your outline of your material, you can finalize the speech. The key to doing this is to expand on the notes you made by writing out each section in full.
To help you do this, follow these guidelines:
1. Take each note you made and write a sentence about it.
2. Take each of the sentences and connect them together with additional phrases to make them flow.
3. Go through what you have written and change any long words or jargon into everyday language.
4. Go back through the re-written material and cut out unnecessary words.
5. Finalize your speech by making sure it is no more than 90 words long

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Leo Vardar's curator insight, April 16, 2013 7:07 AM

Must have. Practice often especially if you're a networking pro.

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Life insurance & its tax implications

Life insurance & its tax implications | Final Expense | Scoop.it
Normally people do their investment planning at the fag end of the month of March, hence majority of life insurance policies are purchased on tax considerations only and that too in the last quarter of the financial year.
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Whole Life Insurance as an attractive BANKING Vehicle:

Here's an interesting thing to know about Whole Life Insurance:
The Infinite Banking Concept is based upon sound principles of money and banking. As you more fully understand the concept of creating your own bank, you understand that money needs a place to reside where it can be liquid, incredibly safe, and also have guarantees attached. There are many places that your personal banking system could be created, but the simple truth is whole life insurance provides the most amount of advantages. Comparing side by side, total cash in versus total future cash, whole life insurance is proven to grow much more efficiently and safely than other forms of savings accounts or investment accounts, with an added bonus of death benefit on the side.

Whole life insurance has been around for over 200 years, and is still highly misunderstood. We are often told that whole life is too expensive and a terrible place to keep money. When studying a traditionally structured whole life policy this argument does hold some ground. However by structuring a policy properly (with high cash values and low death benefit), a policy can create large amounts of cash value, and quickly. Within the first five years, the policy cash values are near equal the amount of money that has been contributed, and the policy has sufficient growth to cover the complete cost of insurance. This essentially creates a unique, prosperous banking system, with a death benefit on the side which passes on to heirs tax free.

Whole, or permanent, life insurance is the last vehicle of it’s kind – meaning no other vehicle has all the benefits that are found inside of properly structured whole life policy. Here is a list naming some of those benefits:

-Liquidity, Use, Control
-Guaranteed
-Tax Free
-No IRS involvement
-No Probate
-Creditor Protection
-Unlimited Funding
-No 59 1/2 or 70 1/2 rules
-Ownership

So, with banks paying what, less than 1%? and pensions, 401k's desacrated or non-existent anymore, and benefits all but gone, Whole Life Insurance stands out as one of the strongest values that has been around for 200 years and serves as a real value with benefits unmatched by it's one of a kind structure. Oh yeah, one more thing; it's also GUARANTEED and TAX FREE so no mater how you decide to "use" it, it creates a personal unique prosperous banking system with a death benefit which passes on to beneficiaries TAX FREE. 
In central Ohio call 614-578-6045 NOW.

Disclaimer: I am NOT a TAX ATTORNEY.

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Elevator Speech

What's a good FE elevator speech for cold door knocking? (Elevator Speech - Insurance Forums http://t.co/9pu1Gk1PKd)
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Must have. Practice often especially if you're a networking pro.

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Leo Vardar's curator insight, April 16, 2013 7:27 AM

An elevator speech is as essential as a business card. You need to be able to say who you are, what you do, what you are interested in doing and how you can be a resource to your listeners. If you donʹt have an elevator speech, people wonʹt know what you really do.
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE- Before writing any part of your elevator speech, research your audience. You will be much more likely to succeed if your elevator speech is clearly targeted at the individuals you are speaking to. Having a ʹgenericʹ elevator pitch is almost certain to fail.
KNOW YOURSELF - Before you can convince anyone of your proposition you need to know exactly what it is. You need to define precisely what you are offering, what problems you can solve and what benefits you bring to a prospective contact or employers
Answer the following questions:
1. What are your key strengths?
2. What adjectives come to mind to describe you?
3. What is it you are trying to ʹsellʹ or let others know about you?
4. Why are you interested in the company or industry the person represents?
OUTLINE YOUR TALK - start an outline of your material using bullet points. You donʹt need to add any detail at this stage; simply write a few notes to help remind you of what you really want to say. They don’t need to be complete sentences.
You can use the following questions to start your outline:
1. Who am I?
2. What do I offer?
3. What problem is solved?
4. What are the main contributions I can make?
5. What should the listener do as a result of hearing this?
FINALIZE YOUR SPEECH - Now that you have your outline of your material, you can finalize the speech. The key to doing this is to expand on the notes you made by writing out each section in full.
To help you do this, follow these guidelines:
1. Take each note you made and write a sentence about it.
2. Take each of the sentences and connect them together with additional phrases to make them flow.
3. Go through what you have written and change any long words or jargon into everyday language.
4. Go back through the re-written material and cut out unnecessary words.
5. Finalize your speech by making sure it is no more than 90 words long

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Term Life Insurance – The Advantages & Disadvantages | Term Insurance Rates

Term Insurance Rates Term life insurance, like other forms of life insurance, has its advantages and disadvantages.
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Make sure you understand the differences between Term Insurance and Whole Life. Ideally, if you can afford it, you should have both depending on "where" you are in "Life." I can help you with those needs by not only determining those needs, but, securing the BEST COVERAGE you qualify for because we only carry the BEST OF THE BEST in our products and "A" Rated companies. In Central ohio 614-578-6045.

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V Insure - Insurance Blogs - What is a direct recognition life insurance policy?

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V Insure is an insurance industry news on net and insurance blog information site online. Latest insurance news coverage links updated from leading insurance content publishers and popular insurance websites, insurance blogs.
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Whats The Big Deal About Online Life Insurance Quotes? | Fantasy ...

Whats The Big Deal About Online Life Insurance Quotes? | Fantasy ... | Final Expense | Scoop.it
Among the easiest and less demanding method of acquire data is on the web. A similar thing relates to getting on line life insurance quotes. Opposition is tough with the many life insurance providers working all over the ...
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Getting quotes online is at best a guide to perhaps determine what fits in your budget. Remember though, anything is better than nothing. Always sit down face to face with an agent and go over the details with the agent. They are the expert and since you don't buy life insurance everyday, take the time to do it right the first time. In Central Ohio for instance, we are independent brokers contracted by only the best A rated companies in America. We have cutting edge technology to quickly determine the BEST coverage you qualify for ON THE SPOT. We shop the best rates and coverage right in front of you. This method is much faster and coverage is then put in place faster. (Yes, time is money in life insurance as well--the sooner you put financial protection in place, the less expensive it can be.)

Call me on 614-578-6045 and I'll help you easily and painlessly how to put the best life insurance coverage in place NOW.

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