No one wants to think about death. There are so many things in our lives that we value, or things that we haven’t yet done that we assume we still have time for. Unfortunately however, death is a reality, and we need to be prepared just in case. Here are some tips to help your clients think about the benefits of life insurance.
When you’re in the insurance industry, marketing can be a key component of your success (or lack thereof). That’s why insurance agents need to stay up-to-date on current marketing trends, as well as what is proven to be successful for others in marketing-critical industries.
Whether your new job as an insurance agent is the fourth career you’ve had or the first, feeling initially overwhelmed is certainly understandable. Here are 10 tips to help you navigate your new career.
Insurance is often a hard sell, and it’s not necessarily because your product is subpar. You can have the best product on the market, but it doesn’t do you much good if you can’t land the clients. The competition is particularly fierce within the insurance industry, so it’s incredibly important that you stand out. Here are some tips to help you differentiate yourself in a crowded market.
Insurance Agent Directory And Consumer Education Platform, Agent Review, Now Features Information On Final Expense Insurance and Certified Final Expense Advisors (CFEA)
BELLEVUE, Wash., May 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Agent Review (https://agentreview.net), the nation’s only online platform that features information on different types of insurance, why and when one might need them and provides the ability for consumers to search and review local agents today announced the addition of Final Expense Insurance to its Learn About Insurance section. “Our goal is to empower consumers with creditable insurance information and credible agents,” said Jonas Roeser, Agent Review Co-Founder and CEO. Roeser added, “We are very pleased to announce the addition of Final Expense to our education section and the ability for consumers to search for a Certified Final Expense Advisor (CFEA) on our platform.”
Is Disability Insurance part of your product portfolio?
If not, you might want to ask yourself why.
Disability Insurance Awareness Month begins on May 1 and as you can expect, it’s now everywhere. So ask yourself why you don’t have it (I’m betting you don’t) and why you’re not more versed about the product so you can help more clients.
The Friday Frenzy was called on account of rain. So, today we have the Saturday Sit Down.
Without further fuss, here it is…
In our first blog, I talked about where LTC was headed in the aftermath of the ILTCI meeting in San Antonio.
Today, I have an idea for a conversation starter for you and your clients to help them understand just how deep in they are.
Is your retirement plan insured? Have you taken steps to protect your own personal American Dream?
Boiled down the American Dream is simple and a process – wealth accumulation — that most working folks engage in. The details vary, but it’s about making certain that funds are available to allow continuing to live a lifestyle we’re comfortable with.
In a time when more and more agents seem reluctant to engage clients about Long Term Care, we are suggesting a more relaxed approach using Rick Management principles as an approach.
Imagine sitting on a plane; you turn to the passenger next to you and ask what they do. The nightmare scenario is that they tell you they sell life insurance. At that point, you grab your book and hope the flight passes quickly.
However, if that passenger told you he/she was a Risk Management specialist, you would be intrigued, right? This premise sets up a low-stress conversation that is designed to get the client leaning in.