Cancer impacts millions of Americans each year, and millions more are left feeling overwhelmed when the disease strikes a family member. While the patient must face the days, weeks or months of exhausting treatment, the family members caring for the patient often have their own battle to face – the challenges that can arise from insufficient health insurance coverage.
Heart & Stroke
The number of people suffering from heart attacks and strokes is historically high and expected to rise, even as the medical community pursues more effective prevention and diagnostic measures to eradicate these diseases.
While none of us can predict when an accident will occur, we can certainly be prepared for them. We encourage our customers to “expect the unexpected” and protect themselves with our Accident plans that provide coverage for the bodily injuries that can result from life’s accidents. Because when these unplanned events occur, you want to focus on what is most important – getting well.
Life insurance provides the ultimate protection for your family, easing financial burdens for your loved ones in the event of your premature death. We’ve designed two plans that allow you to secure your family’s future. One plan is designed for adults, while the other is designed to protect the important child(ren) in your life. Both plans share similar features.
Welcome to the WorkFORCE Resources Careers Section! We’re glad you’re here. In fact, we encourage you to check out what some of our Sales Professionals and Managers have to say about a career with WorkFORCE. You may also wonder what an insurance sales career would be like. You can find answers to those questions on this site as well as connect to us on Social Media so you can see what’s going on with us right now!
A stable company is vital so the company can take care of policyholders who trust the claim will be paid when it matters most.
If you sell cars, you only earn a commission on that one sale. But in insurance sales, as long as a policyholder keeps paying their premiums each month, you keep getting paid commissions each month. So, do you want to get paid once, or over and over? And over?
Learn how to lead teams and grow professionally. Whether you’re new to insurance sales, or an industry veteran, you’ll learn processes, techniques, and systems that will help catapult your career to the next level.
We believe in giving back to the communities we serve. So we look for people who truly have a heart for serving others and making a difference. Some of the causes we support include Harvest for Hunger, Wigs for Kids, Smile Train, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, and more.
My friend Van Davenport, the owner of Protect 1 Family, Inc. asked me to be guest speaker on his conference call this morning. He asked me to speak on the following: How to have a strong start on a Trainmore What technology tools I’ve discovered to help make the job easier How to leverage the Read more about P1F Conference Call[…]
Another gem from one of my favorite sales authors: Ryan Stewman. Follow him on his “Hardcore Closer” blog if you like posts like this. Alright, class is in session. I’ll be your instructor and I expect your full attention as I embark on today’s amazing lesson in sales. I warn you, DO NOT discredit the Read more about The Greatest Sales Lesson You’ll Ever Learn[…]
Jeff Rogers is the founder of OneAccord Consulting in Seattle, WA. You can learn more about him here. He recently shared his top seven life lessons from his time spent Formula racing: 1. Walk the track Recruiting is important, but you need to be able to retain your people. The way you do this is Read more about Seven things I’ve learned from Racing[…]
It’s summertime! No one wants to be bothered. It’s too hot. It’s a beautiful day; everyone is out. No one is thinking about work. Prospects are getting ready to go on vacation. Everyone is on vacation. Prospects are just returning from their vacations. I’m preparing to go on vacation. I’m on vacation. I’ve just returned Read more about Summertime Blues[…]
This post originally appeared on Gitomer’s Sales Caffeine. He’s a terrific sales mentor and someone I follow religiously. As a HUGE fan of networking myself, it bothers me to see so many agents who are just plain horrible at it. This is definitely worth the read. How important is networking? If you’re trying to be Read more about Best Places to Network[…]
By some estimates, over 124 million job-related searches are conducted each month on Google.com – and that number will only continue to rise with the launch of Google Jobs. That figure doesn’t even factor in other major search engines. It’s you, the Agency Builder, who has the most influence on whether your job description is Read more about Keywords Are the Key to Making your Job Posting Searchable[…]
My friend Rory Vaden wrote this on his blog and it was so good I had to share it here I recommend subscribing to everything he writes if you’re in the sales game – he’s absolutely terrific. Being in sales can be tough. On any given day, you deal with objections, rejections, and typically some Read more about The Magic Truth of Overcoming Call Reluctance and the Fear of Selling[…]
I came to Family Heritage in December of 2002. For the first 2 years of my career, I sold full-time and let my Sales Director, Larry Salerno, recruit all my people for me – I had some successful and a ton of unsuccessful agents. In my 3rd year, I began recruiting my own people, and Read more about Avoiding Pitfalls[…]
This post was written by Michael Hyatt. He’s author of Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You’ve Always Wanted, a USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestseller. Take a minute and download his free guide and discover 4 steps to get back in the driver’s seat and design the life you’ve Read more about What to do when you don’t know what to do[…]
This post was written by my dear friend Lisa Ward Cumes. She and I sold books together door-to-door when we were in college and she has always been an inspiration to me ever since. Ever feel like there is a battle between your head and your heart sometimes? Sometimes you’re like Mr. Spock thinking logically Read more about Head vs Heart[…]