THE POWER OF great PARTNERSHIPS
Foresters, AIG, Mutual of Omaha, Transamerica, Fidelity & Guaranty Life, American Equity, Columbian Financial Group, Great Western, Baltimore Life, Nassau Re, National Life Group, National Western Life, Health Matching Account Services, Humana, Medico, Equitable, Cigna HealthSpring, Aetna, United HealthCare
We work with over 16 insurance carrier partners to provide the right solutions for our clients. Our carriers come to our training events and have created products exclusively for our team members clients. Know that you have the best of the best in the industry backing you up when your clients are protected with our insurance products! We take care of the client's financial security needs, ensuring that the family is made whole financially in the event of tragedy and to keep their retirement savings safe. Our clients have access to quick issue insurance products to take care of their needs while at the same time maintaining affordability.
We work with mortgage protection, final expense, life insurance, retirement protection. health insurance, debt programs and annuity products.
Tips for Being a Successful Insurance Agent
Becoming a successful life insurance agent doesn’t happen overnight, it can take years of hard work to establish yourself within the industry. These tips can help you get started.
1. Believe in the product
Selling a product that you believe in is much easier than selling a product that you don’t. Owe what you sell! Have a policy for yourself, it lends so much credibility to you an d the company!
2. Be clear and direct
When talking to clients, try to avoid using complicated descriptions or insider language. Instead, explain the concepts to your clients as quickly, clearly, and as simply as possible.
3. Get to know your clients
You’re not there to sell them a product; you’re there to help them find a solution, which means knowing your client’s goals and needs is key.
4. Prepare your presentation
Practice it, memorize it, and be prepared to shift your presentation based on how the energy changes while you give the presentation.
5. Don’t guess if you don’t know the answer
You might be asked tough questions, and you may not always know the answers. If you fumble, it’s very hard to regain credibility. Don’t guess; do your research and get back to your clients with accurate facts. That's why we have veteran agents standing by to help you get those answers while you are there with the client! Call out form the home!
6. Strive to be better
There’s always room for improvement. Becoming a lifelong learner and using the skills and knowledge you gain along the way will help you continually improve. Build your relationship skills as well as your sales skills.