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Publisher's Summary

In The Million-Dollar Financial Services Practice, author David J. Mullen, Jr., reveals how to become a top-producing financial advisor using the method he has taught at Merrill Lynch and is famous for in the industry. This comprehensive book combines marketing, prospecting, sales, and time-management techniques into a system that will help listeners build a successful and lucrative practice. Containing templates, scripts, letters, and 15 tried-and-true Market Action Plans, this indispensable guide shows listeners how to take their financial services practice to the million-dollar level and beyond.

©2013 David J. Mullen, Jr. (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • Willert
  • Midtown Manhattan
  • 11-21-15

Great Framework

Step by step process for to building a massive practice. I listen to specific chapters and work at implementing the strategy.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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One of the best audible books so far

As a small business owner, this book was one of the best I've listened to so far. Deep insights and strategies on how to build a million dollar business.

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  • Alton
  • Little Rock, AR, USA
  • 06-04-16

Good Producer Book

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The audio version always refers to the attached PDF but when you actually print it there is very little of the data promised.