5 Must-Have Traits Of Successful Financial Representatives In New England
One of the industries with the most career opportunities in the next decade is financial services. A large group of seasoned financial representatives and advisors are retiring, opening up lots of opportunity for new or mid-career professionals looking for a proven career path. However, it does take a unique set of traits to succeed in this industry. Let’s take a closer look…
Top New England Representatives Have These 5 Traits
The Northern New England Office of Northwestern Mutual is an extremely accomplished team that’s breaking the mold and moving away from the outdated, stuffy reputation the industry has previously held. They’re growing fast (hmm, maybe you should apply?), and having a lot of fun doing it. Part of their success lies in being selective in who joins the team. They know what works. And, what doesn’t. Here are the five traits they believe you need to be a good financial representative in New England:
Confident – Belief in your abilities. If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anyone else?
Driven – You want to be successful and you do the work it takes to get what you want..
Proactive – You can take feedback and use it to your professional advantage.
Self-starter – Believing in the process and working the plan, knowing it takes time to succeed.
Venturesome – Always ready to try new things and push past your comfort zone.
Watch the video below to hear some of Northwestern Mutual’s Northern New England Team explain what makes a great financial representative on their team:
Sound Like You? Here’s What To Do…
If you liked what you saw above, why not explore a career with Northwestern Mutual’s Northern New England Office? Simply CLICK HERE to complete their online survey and a recruiter will be in touch (FYI – you’re guaranteed a call if you complete the survey), to discuss the possibility of joining their team.
Northwestern Mutual is the marketing name for The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (NM), Milwaukee, WI and its subsidiaries.
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