So, I'm an Insurance Agent....Now What?
Are you new to the insurance industry and struggling
to become a successful agent?
I can help you find the right path.

Agent Advice

The average age of an insurance agent right now is 59 years old according to a report from the management consulting firm McKinsey &Co. Within the next few years many insurance agents will be retiring. This will leave a significant amount of clients and business available for new insurance agents to assume. 
Insurance Agent ranked #3 on the list of Best Sales and Marketing Jobs for 2016 according to US News and World Report.  The number of opportunities, income and job flexibility are a few of the reasons for it's high ranking.  
So, why does it seem so hard to get started?
The first year for an insurance agent is always the hardest because you are learning a new career, learning the industry definitions and jargon while also learning how to sell a product that is relatively expensive and intangible. You are thrust into the job with little formal training and are expected to sell right away if you want to make any money at all. Most insurance companies do a pretty good job at making training videos and consumer friendly brochures but how do you really learn to be successful?
First of all, you have to know where you are going. Right now, you are standing in front of a flood gate. You have so many options! You need to choose a direction and move forward instead of being pulled in every direction.
In the following Agent Advice Blog, I have tried to address the most common questions that I hear from people considering becoming an insurance agent and newly licensed insurance agents. 
I would suggest reading through the commonly asked questions first and if you don’t find what you are looking for, contact us.

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