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- StevenParticipant@steven1982Join Date: 2017Post Count: 189
This is a way old thread, and I am kind of surprised that it got dug up….but the short answer is no, I didn’t go ahead with this training..
But I went ahead with a different training (which is the reason why I am now in both Australian and New Zealand markets).
By the way, you said “it’s sad how many great presenters/sales agents are out there doing their part to backsteps Australians reach their financial goals by promoting them to reach their financial goals/great deals.”.. quite a long sentence and I have to say I didn’t understand it fully. Would you be able to elaborate?
StevenJaxonParticipant@jaxonaJoin Date: 2014Post Count: 284
Sorry for not making that clear Steven.
yeah so simply (it is not every person in that role)
but a lot of these styles of companies are just sales agents who just want to do a good job & generally may not even understand its firstly not in the best interest of the client comparatively. (to other options)
I honestly just feel the value most of these offerings generally are not worth it & not the returns/growth/etc discussed & they often use best-case scenarios & try get a cut every step of the way.
I don’t think this is good or bad its just what I have seen from several of these companies and given the right person they can find value above costs.
I just rarely have ever seen it.TheRookieParticipant@therookieJoin Date: 2021Post Count: 0