Listen up: The way your voice sounds matters much more to clients than you might think. Most planners never pay attention to the way they sound. You don't have to make this mistake, if you realize your voice can really help you get - and keep - the attention of highly desirable affluent clients and prospects.

With that in mind, I want to share some of the lessons I've learned by working with voice coach Roger Love. He's worked with everyone from corporate CEOs to Hollywood actors. Most recently, he's enabled our coaching clients to tap into the power of their voices to build their practices.

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