Supportive management. Positive Culture. Winning team and unlimited potential.
Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Edina, MN – January 12, 2019
I'm not remotely the best agent we have, but I can't believe that I'm seeing some negative reviews. It's simple, if you show up and do your job you'll succeed, if you are absent often and make constant excuses you will likely fail. Succeeding means making six figures in around three years or sooner and working 35-45 hours/week or less in doing so, Yes really. Which is of course way more for working way less in all my previous jobs.
We have two typical days, office days(2) and field days(3). Training in the morning, then calling for appointments, lunch and then more training and finish the day getting booked up with more appointments. Field days are 9-5 and you just have to be active instead of faking a work day and sitting at home! We partner up so that it's always easier to work more reliably since you're not alone. Find good partners and be a good partner yourself. Go above and beyond a little bit when you are are learning and then find the work-life balance you want to have. Go on and chase down being a top agent making hundreds of thousands a year or settle in to a 25-35hr workweek but still make six-figures. No BS.
Anyone on here complaining or blaming someone other than them self for failing is crazy. There's nothing more the managers or veteran agents or company could do to make this career more possibly successful other than they already do. Be at the training, read the training materials, watch the training videos, practice, do your job....on top of others always willing to help, always.
Commissions, Renewals, Bonuses, Prizes, Trips, Medical, Deferred Comnpensation
Need to be self-motivated, Learning to prospect can be challenging, Staying positive in spite of ups and downs, Learning to ask others for help