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Recognizing Something From the Past for it’s Value Today

If you’ve experienced a death of someone close to you or divorce, you’ll appreciate the unique and timely opportunity I’m presenting for some advisors today who can act quickly with what I’m about to share.  I guess it’s like a repurposing of goods from an estate so there are limited quantities of the original pieces.

People who have followed my work for a while know that a few years back I had a catastrophic business failure that also turns out to be the defining moment in my Christian walk.  I had been set up in an attempted securities fraud and while the legal and other professionals on my team at the time were advising me to complete the transaction that clearly had a lot of questions to be answered, the core structure still seemed salvageable.  I had a physical intervention by the Holy Spirit and was prevented from signing the last documents that it turns out could have potentially landed me in jail.  The illegal activity and pre-meditated aspects of the transaction took 14 months to uncover though, and in the meantime, there was a backlash from people who were expecting to receive a significant return on their investment in the project.

The overall process was a death of a lot of dreams, relationships, and work. A physical death or divorce would be the closest comparison so if you’ve experienced any of these life events you know they are painful and take some time to heal.  In the meantime, a death or divorce, or catastrophic failure will always leave behind something of value.

Imagine if you had a basement of antiques after dear relative died.  You know they’re there and they have value, but they also remind you of the loss so they bring up painful memories when you think about them.  As time goes by, the loss begins to heal and your memories can even bring smiles to your face as you remember the good times.  One day, you find yourself having a conversation with someone about the valuables stored in your basement and they ask to see them.  You enter the dark room where these things are stored and dust off some near the front to reveal some attractive colours and unique treasures.  As you continue to show your friend the items, you realize there were some things there you had forgotten about, and even discover that many of the items could be useful and add value to your life today.

Thus, is the situation with the volumes of course, articles, tips, tools and other things I have stored away from the collapse of my business.  Some of you might remember how on a couple of occasions I tried to sell the package of content for repurposing, and instead ended up licensing various components to financial professionals who were able to assimilate the information into their own branding, client service and marketing efforts.  The old business model, combined with some of what was done to package content during this attempted ‘sell-off’, as well as new developments in the industry and world or marketing – as well as my own healing process, are what’s prompting this offer today.

Many people however, don’t know that I have this material that could be available to provide them with a huge advantage in their financial businesses – mostly because I haven’t told them. 

Another area of forgotten value is my years of teaching the financial curriculum for advisors.  I taught the Canadian Securities Course, the Life Insurance Licensing Courses (LLQP) and all the Certified Financial Planning curriculum in addition to writing my own course content.  I had courses delivered at 2 colleges, a credit union, and provided a lot of content for the BC Securities and Canadian Regulatory Bodies.

What I hear over and over again with financial professionals is the impact of increasing regulation on their ability to differentiate themselves in the marketplace and provide valuable content for marketing and client service as their time is under such pressure as a result of industry changes.

I get this!  I really do!  And I have a lot of value to help you in this area!

I have content for websites and social media marketing and client newsletters that is compliance friendly and ready to be used as is, or to easily personalize.

I also have expertise in teaching, consulting, and coaching for wealth creation and marketing.  My business was an online distribution company for financial literacy and in the process of navigating the aftermath of the business collapse, I hadn’t actually stopped to recognize the value of that knowledge for financial professionals, coaches and other information advisors.

Over the next few weeks, I will be working to develop an online infrastructure to make this content and my coaching and consulting services more readily available.  But, I’m offering my current followers a pre-delivery, personal invitation to access this material and my personal support at a reduced rate, and with more value before the opportunity becomes widely available.

If you’re doing any kind of online marketing or information delivery;

If you’re interested in offering any kind of client financial literacy seminars or courses; and

If you’re looking for any financial services marketing coaching, training and consulting, we need to talk asap.

You can email me at sam@sampiercy.com or call me at 250-592-0457 (pacific time) right away and we’ll take it from there!!  I look forward to dusting off these valuable pieces and to sharing them and so much more with you!

Abundant blessings,

Sam