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  1. Justin Bilyj
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    I had a gift card to spend so I picked up a whole host of books.

    No I Can't Afford It: Irwin Burt Meisel
    The Wedge: Schwantz
    How to Get Your Competition Fired: Schwantz
    High Touch Selling: John Savage
    You Can't Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike at a Seminar: Sandler
    Five Minutes with Vito: Parinello
    The Sandler Rules: David Mattson
    Sandler Success Principles: Mattson and Seidman
    Integrity Selling for the 21st Century: Ron Willingham
    Life Insurance Planning: Leimberg and Doyle (4th ed.)
    It's Getting Easier: John Savage

    Just thought I would post a good list of books that are recommended. The Meisel and Savage Books are autographed which are kinda cool.
     
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    That is a list of great books, some of the best. The only ones I haven't read are

    Five Minutes with Vito: Parinello
    The Sandler Rules: David Mattson
    Sandler Success Principles: Mattson and Seidman
    Life Insurance Planning: Leimberg and Doyle (4th ed.)


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    i was told that the wedge and how to get your competition fired is pretty much the same thing? Maybe only order one instead of both.
     
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    When you get done reading them, pass them my way.
     
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    The Life Insurance Planning is really a full scope book. Looks like a textbook from college. Goes through tax, legal, product implications for each need for life insurance. I am in it now. I can't get through a paragraph without high lighting something.
     
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    can we start a insurance library lol, im willing to share my books!
     
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    Everything I ever needed to know I learned from reading The Star-Bellied Sneeches by Suess.
     
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    There is an insurance library with The American College and they will send you books through an inter-library loan program. If you're a student there, you should check out what they've got.

    You REALLY need to get "The Whole World Is Out or Busy" by Irwin Burt Meisel - it's his best book.
     
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    I like Meisel way better than Savage...
     
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    I think Meisel is easier to apply. What I learn from Miesel is do your home work and prepare, prepare, prepare.
     

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