Invest Ing for her Fu tur e

Dahl, Corey
June 2012
Life Insurance Selling;Jun2012, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p22
The article profiles 23-year-old financial advisor Laura Vaughn, who is already a Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) member despite working in a field that has a high turnover for newcomers. It states that Vaughn is connected with North Star Resource Group who is expected to have a long and successful career. It adds that Vaughn attributes her success in financial advising to her focus on marketing and that her biggest challenge is rejection.


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