The Society For Financial Awareness Announces Summit, the Seminar Generating Program for Professionals

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Become a public speaker, by joining a non-profit, gain access to organizations in need of speakers, to educate and inform their members and employees, while presenting topics related to a professional practice.

“The Savvy Social Security Planning Seminar I’ve
provided through SOFA has been a HUGE success.

Summit changes the way SOFA members speak to the public, and helps in the growth of their practices.Summit is made for the professional who is not afraid of challenges, for the type of Attorney who is undaunted growing an estate planning law practice; Summit will help professionals avoid these pitfalls: Internet “do it yourself consumers", constant changes - every two years in technology alone, clients' procrastinating, lack of referrals, predatory competition and more.

Become aligned with SOFA, a Non-Profit Educational Speaker's Bureau; with the aging population there has never been more people who need education and help. Employers and Civic groups are desperate for speakers who provide education without a sales pitch. Summit is made to help professionals address groups and prosper with their estate planning and elder law practice. SOFA and the Summit program positions members as the content expert in communities nationwide; by serving the community through SOFA's Non-Profit Educational Speaker's Bureau, members can create recurring monthly revenue, and re-introduce balance to life.

SOFA, an 501 c 3 is devoted to helping attorneys build a prosperous estate planning practice while becoming the “go to,” source for knowledge in their community. We help SOFA members achieve balance in their lives. Summit and its SOFA training program enables its members to provide valuable services to families in communities nationwide, while working in a one on group environment while creating balance in their practice, families, and other interests.


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