Joining the insurance industry was the best decision of my life. as a person with many friends, i got into MDRT by leveraging on my friends’ trust and getting them to buy, buy and buy.
guess these months of cultivating friendships work, it’s like planting a seed, asking them out and listening to their stupid life stories in exchange for their trust, and eventually their money…
felt a little bad a lot of these friends now have an extra burden to pay for premiums, but then again i’m rich now so i’m laughing my way to the bank, literally.
lost a few friends along the way, but as my bosses teach me, friends who don’t benefit you aren’t your true friends – it they’re willing to support you, keep them by your side longer so as to leverage those money printers.
tip for aspiring advisors – never let them know too early you’re up for a sale from these potential clients haha
- Giving insurance agents a bad name. Though I wonder if many are thinking like you behind the cliche “I want to help people” line.
- Insurance is essential, insurance agents like you are not.
- We are here dealing with a scammer rather than a professional. Very soon, all your friends will know what sort of person u r. “friends who don’t benefit you aren’t your true friends”. Then you have no real friends.
- This is the kind of Insurance Agent that you wanted to avoid only want your commission