SEATTLE -- Rarely do complete strangers, all financial planners, stare into one an others’ eyes for uncomfortably long seconds and offer deep appreciation for how far each has come and why they have gathered.

But that was the instruction at the outset of a four-and-a-half hour life planning workshop at FPA's annual conference that brought together 40-some planners from about 20 countries to get a taste of how the increasingly popular form of financial planning works.

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