Now where do I send that check for $450?
Hi, I just want to clarify a few things that have been inaccurately reported in this thread. If you want to be lazy and think the insurance company will just pay you to sell zero policies, then the job is not for you. If you are hardworking, creative, have a "can do" attitude and always do your best and believe in yourself you will succeed! The amount of lazy people that think they will make 6 figures by doing nothing is just simply perplexing!
I won't say who I work for, but my secret strategy that makes me uber successful is that I am confident and know that my insurance company is the best, and what I do is I educate my customers on why specifically my company is the best. Insurance is required for everyone that owns a car, so thats a lot of potential clients. By simply informing potential clients why my company is better then a different company by providing unbiased, undisputable facts and objective statements, that makes them less likely to leave my company even if they find auto insurance cheaper elsewhere.
And the upcoming part im about to tell you, this is how I make it and do virtually little to no work! I offer my clients a slight reward for each person they refer to me. Literally I sell a policy to one person, explain why my company is objectively the best, and via word of mouth my clients refer people to me! Literally I can get one person to sign up for a policy and that one person will refer 10 people my way, with anywhere on average of 2-4 of those people buying a policy from me! And via their word of mouth when they tell their friendfs or whoever how my company is the best, it makes it a virtual guarantee they end up buying a policy from me! No cold calling via the phone book, no door to door, no selling to family members and relatives and friends! Just pure brilliance! Once I got a small, but loyal base of clients, via their word of mouth I have been so ridiculously successful and hardly even have to work! Infact with my small bonuses I give clients, my son refers all his colleagues at the college he goes to and coworkers and customers from the fast food restaurant he works at (puts a brochure or flier in their bag of food or on their tray of food if theyre eating in, pure brilliant strategy right there!), and with the money he makes from referring potential clients to me, he only has to work part time at the fast food restaurant and can still afford his college education and expenses and rent!
Like I said, I was creative, thought outside of the box, was a smart and brilliant person overall, and as a result I managed to found a way to make my career as an insurance agent work out for me and for it to be ridiculously insanely successful for me, and the best part in I hardly have to do any work and I just need to sit back, smile, and watch the money flow in!
Like I said, lots of misinformation here from people that are too lazy or uncreative and end up failing as an insurance agent. Thats on you, thats not the insurance companies fault.
Literally can support yourself and make decent money by just recruiting clients to me! Wow so not only can myself, but you can make a living as well by working part time instead of full time and recruiting clients to me! And it literally can be something as simple as working fast food and handing a flier or brochure with their food or if your a cashier, hand them a flier or brochure when you give them your receipt! Make your insurance company make money for you as well as your agent! Too simple to fail, not sure how so many manage to do so (fail)
Seems to be some contradiction in your statements, can you clarify? I'd love to make money like you, I'm just a bit confused.
lots of misinformation here from people that are too lazy or uncreative and end up failing as an insurance agent.