Greg Bachand had been selling life insurance for 35 years. He was burned out and tired of the grind. He picked up the phone to call his daughter last June, and stumbled into a different business opportunity.
Tanya Bachand was in a pickle. She had just taken over a busy personal injury practice after her former boss resigned from the bar after stealing clients’ funds, and she had no idea how to run the business.
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