Pickled Worms

Ramsell, Edward W.
February 2000
Advisor Today;Feb2000, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p131
Trade Publication
Gives advice on how to sell disability insurance. Anecdote which shows that unwanted or contradictory conclusions can be drawn from one set of facts; How to use the prospect's premise to make a sell.


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