What’s your impossible?

What’s your impossible?

​Sir Roger Bannister, a sporting icon, passed away on March 3rd, 2018, at the age of 88. Roger Bannister shocked the world when he ran the first sub four-minute mile (3:59.4) at Oxford's Iffley Road track, on May 6, 1954. At that time, he was a medical student who trained less than an hour a day, generally during his lunch hour.

Many thought the sub-four-minute mile to be physically impossible and unattainable, not Bannister.

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The Ever-Changing Health Insurance Market

The Ever-Changing Health Insurance Market

​The only constant with health insurance is that it is always changing and evolving. How do you cope with the rapid changes? A lot of agents wonder if health insurance will change so much they won't be able to keep up, or it won't be worth it. That's where we're here to help.

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The "Donut Hole"

The "Donut Hole"

Everyone loves donuts! No one likes to explain the "donut hole".

The "donut hole" refers to the gap in prescription drug coverage under Medicare Part D. Every year, the costs and limitations change. No client is the same and some may fall into the gap, while some may not come anywhere near it. In today's blog post, I've answered the most common questions about an unpopular part of the prescription drug program.

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Finding Your Next Client

Finding Your Next Client

I was wondering the other day how many times I heard insurance agents ask "what's the best way to find more sales opportunities" or more specifically "how can I write more annuity and single premium life business?" Over my career, thousands of times, if not more!

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The Dangers of Complacency

The Dangers of Complacency

My father used to tell me, "Good enough is not good enough." I can't say my dad is much of a philosopher, and as a lazy kid I will admit I heard what he said but didn't really know what it meant. Now, as an adult, I understand that he was saying, if you think you're good enough, think again, because there is always someone that will outwork and out hustle you. Don't get complacent. My dad isn't philosophical like a Vince Lombardi or Confucius, but there's a lot of truth to his statement.

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