“In the very first workshop I did, I made zero money. There were just 20 people, and I received only one appointment.” — Roy Snarr, CEO of Snarr Financial & Insurance Services, Inc.
Despite spending thousands of dollars and countless hours, your seminar might not go as planned. So, how do you deal with such unsuccessful seminars?
In this episode, Brad Swineheart joins Roy Snarr, CFF®, CLTC®, NSSA®, LACP™, author, speaker, founder of Snarr Academy, and member of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT). Together, they talk about how failed seminars can contribute to long-term success for advisors.
- How to gather an audience for less popular (and sometimes unattractive) seminar topics
- The power of consistency in event marketing
- Why November and December are great months to host seminars
- How to skyrocket your post-seminar engagement through personalized videos
- And more!
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About Our Guest:
With over a decade of experience, Roy Snarr has helped thousands of people from coast to coast become educated on the most relevant retirement planning strategies. Roy has also made regular ongoing national/local television appearances on all major networks and is a nationally syndicated published author and contributor.
His dedication and passion have enabled him to build a nationally recognized business and be a part of the most pristine association of financial professionals, the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).
In addition, Roy serves as a local board member for the Society of Financial Services Professionals (FSP). Roy’s current designations include CFF-Certified Financial Fiduciary® LACP-Life and Annuity Certified Professional and the NSSA (National Social Security Advisor).
Roy is also the founder of Snarr Academy, a revolutionary training and credibility platform designed to help agents, advisors, and agencies succeed in the Asset Protection and Long Term Care Space.