Learning to Prioritize - 5 Things You Need to Know

by HIS National Champions on 7/24/15 6:10 AM

If you are a manager or leader, then you know that learning to prioritize is super important. Each day when you get up, you should already know what is on your plate for the day. How do you manage your week, month, and your year?

Today, this article shares more about priorities and how you can be sure that you get as much done as possible on your to-do-list.

Why Learning to Prioritize is Important

Did you know that most leaders or managers can’t possibly finish every single task on their...

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Working the Howe Insurance Services PROVEN Sales System

by HIS National Champions on 2/17/15 3:00 AM

Below is the transcript of the call...

Hi, this is Don Howe, and the audio clip I’m about to play for you, from one of our HIS Conference Calls, is about working the HIS proven sales system. 

…for a long time. I mean a long long time, as long as we feel as though you’re teachable and, here’s the key, as long as we feel as though you’re workin’ our system.  In order to work our system, you’ve gotta have an abundance of leads. I realize that some of you do not have the money right now to be...

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6 Tips to Improve Your Appointment Setting Skills

by HIS National Champions on 2/11/15 2:00 PM

As an insurance agent, you’ll need to focus on refining your appointment setting skills. After all, if you are getting leads but you aren’t setting any appointments you’ll have no sales to show for the work you did to generate those leads.

Making a phone call and talking to someone you don’t know may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Today, we’ll share with you some important tips that you can use to help you set appointments on a regular basis and close more sales in less time!

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5 Time Management Tips for Insurance Agents

by HIS National Champions on 2/4/15 7:00 AM

Time management tips for insurance agents are important because many agents often struggle to plan out their day in a way that helps them to achieve success on a daily basis. Even if you are good with your time, running your own business in a sales position is often a bit more challenging.

You may feel some pressure to close sales either for the sake of improving your income or because you are behind on your goals for the month.

Today, we are going to share some time management tips to help...

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10 Steps to Selling Insurance Successfully

by HIS National Champions on 1/28/15 6:00 AM

Do you want to start selling insurance successfully? We’re sure that your answer is a resounding “yes”! There are many things you should do to become successful as an insurance agent, but if you want to be successful all of the time, there are 10 steps you should follow to pave the way to long term success.

Today, we want to share with you these 10 steps to selling insurance successfully now and in the years to come.

Selling Insurance Successfully Long Term!

Nothing worth doing is ever easy,...

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Creating Your Financial Blueprint

by HIS National Champions on 1/26/15 8:00 AM

 

 

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Hi, this is Don Howe, and the audio clip I’m about to play for you, from one of our HIS Conference Calls, is about identifying and putting together your financial blueprint.

  …cause of all relationship break-ups is money. It’s finances. The biggest reason behind marital fights is because people in this relationship have different blueprints. It’s not necessarily about the money itself. It’s about how the money is handled, how the other person views the...

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Maximizing Your Time as an Insurance Agent

by HIS National Champions on 1/12/15 8:00 AM

Okay! I have a couple of stories that I wanted to share with ya. The first one is sort of like a parable, but it goes like this: Once upon a time, there was a man who bought the nicest jogging outfit available. He bought a pair of great shoes. He purchased some fancy sweatbands. And everyday he would put on his jogging outfit, he’d get into his car, and he’d drive down to the local high school where all the folks would come down to jog on a nice rubber track. Day after day he’d put on his...

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