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We want YOU in the September issue

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Interested in having your opinion voiced in what promises to be one of the most talked-about issues of Life Insurance Selling in the magazine’s 85-year history? Here’s your chance.

You see, in celebration of Life Insurance Awareness Month, the September issue of Life Insurance Selling will be entirely devoted to “The Past, Present and Future of Life Insurance.” As a peer-to-peer magazine, an issue like this really wouldn’t be complete without including input from our readers — life insurance producers like yourself.

So we want a quote from you, and I bet you’ll be very interested to read the quotes from your fellow readers, as well.

Simply answer the following question:

What is your biggest hope or fear for the future of the life insurance industry?

Does it have something to do with the aging producer workforce? A ban on commissions? Life insurance awareness being adopted as a pet cause by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation? Life insurance being used to eliminate the national debt?

Be serious or be humorous. Whatever your thoughts, we want to hear from you. Here are a few quick and easy ways you can get your quote to us:

? You can simply use the “comment on this article” tool at the bottom of this page

? You can email it to me directly at [email protected].

? You can comment on the discussion we’ve launched on our LinkedIn page.

? You can answer the question on our Facebook page.

? You can tweet your response to us @LifeInsSelling or send us a DM.

Either way, if you want it in the September issue, be sure to include your full name and the city/state where you reside. Add your company name and job title if you are so inclined. And if you email it to me, you are welcome to attach a hi-res image of yourself, and we’ll get your picture in the magazine along with your comment.

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