The 7 Ways Retirees Crack Their Nest Eggs seminar has gotten a lot of inquiries. There is some confusion about what it does and why it works so well with consumers. Other seminars that have been offered have not delivered very well in their actual content. The consuming public is wary of promises by the Social Security seminars, for instance. Quite frankly, when it comes to Social Security the options are now obvious and the consumers get that. When agents continue to mail about a subject that can't be changed it is obvious to me that whoever shows at the seminar will feel as though they may have been misled. It can create some problems for future seminars also.
When you offer a seminar that covers a range of topics, any one of which, if handled incorrectly, could become a financial problem, then the attendees feel that they can get some real help. That's what 7 Ways does. Also, when you take a shot at one major topic, if that one fails it's very hard to switch to another topic after the fact.
When you actually make the appointment, it has a better chance of going somewhere as the planning is offered.
Kim has personally presented over 800 seminars and produced over 8,000 for other producers.