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Client Tales Sought For New Book

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A continuing education institution for financial professionals is asking former students to submit inspiring anecdotes about clients and beneficiaries they have helped.

The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. says it wants to include real-life “life-changing events” in its new book, Living a Life of Significance, to be edited by Joseph W. Jordan, a senior vice president of MetLife Inc., New York.

The book is aimed at future financial service professionals and will be included in course work offered by the college.

Anecdotes should be no more than 600 words and submitted by June 1. The completed book is planned for release at the American College’s Knowledge Summit in Boston, Oct. 28 to 30.

A submission form can be found here.