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0:56:24

It’s how you say it

Dale W. Martin, CLU, ChFC 5.0

It’s hard enough to get in front of the high-net-worth client, so once you do, you can’t afford to make mistakes. Once you do get the opportunity, how do you explain the concepts in a manner they understand? How do you answer common objections that clients, CPAs and attorneys often have? Martin uses actual cases and proven techniques to show you how to overcome these objections and discuss each part of the process and give specific details on what to say and how to say it.

0:14:58

New ways of networking

Helen A. Jenkins, Dip PFS 5.0

Traditional methods of networking should be left in the past. At the 2015 Annual Meeting, Helen Jenkins shares some of her most successful networking stories.

0:15:54

Standing out from the crowd

Chris Leach, Dip PFS 0.0

Leach gives tips for how you should stand out from other financial advisors

0:01:14

How to use social media for financial planners

David Braithwaite, Dip PFS 0.0

An MDRT member who got his biggest case from Twitter shares social media tips.

0:07:26

Acquire clients for free

Bill Bachrach 4.3

The key to acquiring high-net-worth clients by referrals and building high-trust relationships, from Bill Bachrach, who is a top coach for financial advisors.

Panel: Tips for switching to fees

Caroline A. Banks, FPFS; Kenneth E. Davy, Cert PFS, FCII; Gregory B. Gagne, ChFC; Gino Saggiomo, CFP 0.0

Regulations around the world have left many advisors with no other option than switching from a commission-based business model to one that centers around fees. Other advisors have made the switch voluntarily when they saw the benefits. A panel of industry veterans who have successfully incorporated fees into their businesses discuss the challenges and rewards of the switch from the perspective of both the advisor and the client. Among the questions the panel addresses:<br> • How do you properly value your advice?<br> • Do you base your fees on time spent, value added or a combination of the two?<br> • Do you pick a “line in the sand” date to transition clients to the model, or is there a transition period?<br> Gain proven ways to convince clients that paying for advice is best for them, tips for compliance, confidence in your ability to transition your practice and excitement about the opportunities ahead.

Creating a backstory that rings true

Tony Vidler 0.0

Telling your story helps clients understand and trust you.

継続可能な保険業界の実現にむけて

岡本年永氏 (Mr. Toshinaga Okamoto) 0.0

第19回はMDRT日本会会長である岡本年永氏に話を聞いた。 旅行会社勤務を経て保険業界に入り17年目。前職での発想が現在に至るまでの営業手法に生かされている同氏に、会長になるまでに至った保険業界での成長の過程を伺った。

The illusion of power: How to identify and break through dramatic triangles

Paddy Ducklow; Carole Ducklow 0.0

The three roles of the Drama Triangle are the three positions that unhappy families use under stress. The three roles — Persecutor, Rescuer and Victim — operate to keep people in the illusion of power. The roles incorporate learned patterns of habits and control mechanisms that bond people together in harmful ways. They are symbiotic, destructive behaviors that affect all members of the family and organization. Paddy and Carole will offer the theory and practice of triangles and how to eliminate these learned behaviors in the context of marriage, family and business.

0:03:17

Qualify for MDRT 50% faster with referrals

Naomi Chua Yi-Shyan, ChFC 0.0

Naomi Chua, of Singapore, shares her method of getting referrals, which allows her to qualify for MDRT quicker and with less effort.

Using stories to connect with clients

Liz DeCarlo 5.0

<p style="font-size: 1.05rem; letter-spacing: -0.02em; color: #000000; font-weight: 600;">Fok combines technology and human touch to build long-lasting relationships.</p>

Why you should write a book

Liz DeCarlo 0.0

Everyone has two books in them. It's time to start yours.

0:06:02

从问题到契机

Matthew Charles Collins 5.0

Collins在演讲中谈到他提出的问题,以及他用来与客户保持联系并且符合规定的沟通方式。2017年会演讲。

Skills that succeed in the untapped business insurance market

Russell Collins, Dip LI 5.0

The business insurance market is nothing more than one business owner (advisor) sitting across the table from another business owner (client) and asking questions. The answers to these questions inevitably expose insurance problems that the second business owner did not even know existed. If it is that simple, why aren’t more advisors involved in this market? In this session, MDRT member Russell Collins covers how to transition into the closely held-type market and then how to get from saying “hello” in the initial meeting to getting the opportunity to present recommendations.

From fashion model to financial advisor

Scott Rogers 0.0

Murdock's specialization in premium finance started with the family business.

Create a niche market by focusing on young professionals

Matt Pais 0.0

Dimitry Neyshtadt takes inspiration from his parents in helping other families.