More they told Brian Appleton. We want more.
After the success of his Insuranceagentsummit.com online project, Appleton said he was getting a high level of response from agents wanting more.
“After doing the Insurance Agent Summit to thousands of agents around the world I had an outpouring of them reach out to me saying they wanted more,” Appleton explained. “ I realized that agents wanted to continue to learn from the best and go behind the scenes to dive deeper into their business and learn what makes them successful.”
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If you’re not happy with how your business is going, you’re going to want to tune in to this space tomorrow.
If any of these are you, then check back with me tomorrow for a phenomenal offer.
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A couple things about Friday’s. They can’t get here soon enough for most of who are shall we say conventionally employed and once they are here, they don’t stick around long enough.
As is our tradition, it’s time for the Friday Frenzy, a collection of all the news that was news this week across the insurance spectrum…
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As we head toward the weekend, the final days of the Insuranceagentsummit.com are approaching as well. The event – which has been attended by more than 3,500 agents. And it gets better.
“The response has been so overwhelming from agents and industry professionals reaching out and wanting more, so we are launching the second version of the summit this coming winter,” event host Brian Appleton said. “It will be bigger and better than ever.” The event continues until April 19. You can get access at http://insuranceagentsummit.com . The response from industry professionals has been as strong as the attendance.
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“They won’t Care How Much You Know Until They Know How Much You Care”
That quote from former President Theodore Roosevelt was one of the earliest things my first mentor as a sales manager stressed 25 years ago. He was convinced – and he panned out to be right dozens of times over the years – that your expertise means a lot less to potential clients than a clear sense that you had their best interests at heart.
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A lot has been said and written about the Long Term Care industry and where it’s going.
Industry titan Genworth – by its own admission on earnings call in February – is putting all its energy and resources into righting its LTC ship. John Hancock just created and distributed a 12 page tome that declares that LTC is an industry in transition and asserts that Hancock is leading the way through the transition – with a product containing more moving parts than the space shuttle.
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Given the vast amount written about how to successfully crack the senior market two things are obvious – First, it’s a high value target, and second, carriers are concerned with establishing long-standing relationships with these powerful individuals.
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Agent Review CEO Jonas Roeser is live at the Insuranceagentsummit.com event today, speaking on the importance of branding. He’ll tell agents why they should:
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Why is branding so important in today’s insurance environment?
There are multiple reasons according to Agent Review CEO and branding authority Jonas Roeser. Roeser will present open this subject during next week’s insuranceagentsummit.com event.
For more information on the event and a fabulous free registration offer, go to www.insuranceagentsummit.com.
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One word – if you will – is causing plenty of consternation this tax season. It has agents, brokers, employers and consumers scratching their heads.
1095-C. That’s the IRS designation for the employer-based health insurance coverage notification. It’s causing the biggest commotion since the IRS created the W-2 20-some years ago and it’s creating lots of questions.
Workers are supposed to use the notices to document whether or not they have the kind of minimum essential coverage needed to avoid paying the PPACA penalties imposed on the uninsured and underinsured.
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