Bryan Pritchard

Bryan Pritchard

A native of New Jersey, Bryan is a diehard sports fan and loves competition. At National Life Group he is an advanced sales consultant where he helps business owners tackle their planning challenges and address their needs.

Born to play devil’s advocate, Bryan enjoys looking at things from different perspectives which allows him to gain a better understanding of the whole picture.

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Protect your business from losing its most valuable asset, its people!

Employee loyalty is not what it used to be. One in four employees will leave their jobs, according to the 2018 Work Institute Report. And that same report states that nearly 77% of that turnover could be prevented by employers. Losing a key employee can create a gap in knowledge, causing a company to scramble looking for answers. Without strong retention, the loss of a key employee can be quite expensive and may leave your business in a position of instability.

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How to Improve Your Bottom Line and Employee Engagement

There is something refreshing about the start of a new year. For many business owners, the first quarter is a time of renewed motivation. As a business owner, this is an ideal time for goal setting and planning so that you can take advantage of the opportunities in front of you. While there are a plethora of ways to improve your business in the new year, here are a few tips to help improve your bottom line, while keeping your employees happy. (more…)

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9 Tips to Save for Retirement the Modern Way

When I talk with friends and colleagues about retirement, the term “retirement” doesn’t have the same connotation it once had. Different people, from different generations don’t have the same long term financial goals. Many 30 year olds have watched their parents work their hands to the bone in order to put together enough money for retirement, which for most consists of living out their twilight years as they choose. That lifestyle is not as appealing as it once was. Something changed. Younger generations don’t want the same life as their parents; they want to spend more time, at a younger age enjoying life. Regardless of what “retirement” means to you, in order to truly be able to live the lifestyle you desire, you’ll need financial independence to do so. (more…)

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