(Young ) bucking the trend

Dahl, Corey
June 2012
Life Insurance Selling;Jun2012, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p24
The article reports on the views of North Star Resource Group's vice president Shaun McDuffee concerning the importance of conducting an intense internal mentoring program to attract and retail young people in financial advising.


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