You Can Too: How an Aflac Rookie Built the Business in a Year

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iUniverse, Oct 6, 2011 - Business & Economics - 116 pages
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Author Jonny Burgess got licensed to sell Aflac in Nov. 2008, thinking a second source of income could supplement his struggling food business. With just weeks until his wedding, he needed to make a lot of money fast, so he invented a system and went to work. He became the company’s best performer in the country, opening seventy-two accounts in eleven months, before being promoted to DSC.

Now he focuses on teaching others his fast-track system. In this guide-book, he offers advice to help other reps secure an immediate cash-flow with Aflac, create wealth, and secure their financial future, and work hard, but play even harder.

Learn proven strategies that helped Jonny’s agents to :

  • • get 6 M-0138’s signed in a day
  • • enroll 4 groups in a day
  • • book 28 appointments in a day
  • All while cold-calling just one day a week!

COORDINATORS TAKE NOTE: This system teaches your agents to be-come totally self-reliant within 13 weeks: A perfect formula for FAME.

 

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Love this book! I've been with Aflac for 20 years, introduced this to our State this month, appointments and new accounts are exploding. Really is a phenominal system to get new agents into production quickly and easily. Bottom line, it works!

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Great info. I'm going to definitely try this approach in 2012!

Contents

Introduction
1
Why Aflac?
3
The Secret to Success
7
The Game Plan
13
The Opening Line
19
5 Minutes with That Business Owner
27
The Employee Presentation and Enrollment
45
The Upsell
53
Get That Referral the other magic line
57
Become a Specialist
61
The 12 Punch
65
The Four Magic Questions
75
You are not alone
79
Parting words of wisdom
89
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