While majoring in business operations in college, Mark Perrault pursued a commitment to Air Force ROTC that led him to serving four years in the Air Force upon graduation. As a brand-new second lieutenant, Mark trained in Alabama and eventually was stationed in Spokane, Washington, where he quickly became the class’s “financial guy.” So when he settled into civilian life in a new city, it was a logical step to explore the opportunity to become a financial services professional and utilize his leadership skills.
In His Own Words
Making a Difference
Every day I work closely with clients to help them achieve long-term financial security. At the end of the day it’s all about the clients. It’s so cool – we provide financial security, and who doesn’t want that? It’s very satisfying being able to help people think through their financial issues, overcome their hesitation in today’s challenging economy, and help them breathe a sigh of relief knowing that they are on the right path to financial security. That’s what makes my work worthwhile.
The independence, flexibility and opportunity to really take control of your career are tremendous motivating factors to becoming a successful financial representative. There really is no limit to how far you can take it in this career. There’s no hierarchy placing limits on you. It’s completely what you make of it, and if you’re hungry to learn and grow, you can reach out and learn from leaders and managers from the very beginning of your career here.
Nothing in this career is as hard as what a military veteran has already done. When I came out of the service, I immediately started connecting with contacts I had made while I was in the military, who were now all over the country. At the same time, I made contacts in my new home town. If you follow the proven systems and process that Northwestern Mutual offers, you can be successful. And you can do this as you are working for a greater cause – giving families peace of mind.
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