Property and casualty insurance and life insurance for individuals and small businesses, Financial Planning
I own an agency for Farmers Insurance and have been in the field for 15 years (mostly as an actuary on the corporate side). I enjoy networking and am looking forward to meeting other entrepreneurs and comparing notes.
Area of Houston
Servant Leader, Give It First Networker?
yes, not sure
Have Attended Live InHouston Netweaving Events (ever):
Someone whose primary focus is on solving their insurance needs and building relationships.
Small business owners and those who understand the need for proper coverage. I also like those that enjoy analytical discussions so I can share some of the cool things that I've learned over the years.
Urgent Needs and Compelling Desires of Target Market(s)
Many were just sold a policy and may not have had their needs truly addressed. This can leave coverage gaps, leading to unnecessary and dangerous exposure.
Benefits of investible opportunities to Target Market(s)
My background having built and priced many of the insurance products gives me a deeper understanding of the coverages and I am also able to find the most bang for the buck. I also love being able to help people directly, and it is far more important to me to make sure people are properly covered than it is to just sell them insurance.
I have traveled extensively, visiting over 50 countries over 6 continents, as well as 47 states in the US. Also, enjoy photography and sports and was thrilled to be able to throw out the opening pitch at an Astros game this season.
What does your company do to focus on its purpose?
We are beginning to work with alot of video marketing, which is a very exciting arena.
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You are a licensed agent and there is information that every licensed agent should know about because during 2013 everyone will be preparing for the changes that Obamacare will have on everyone in 2014.
At our meeting last night Willie Martinez, the executive director of marketing made a statement that I thought was pretty powerful; especially for people like you who are already in the industry. He said that there will never be a year before major changes are about to take place. That's what 2013 is because in January 2014, things are going to change. It is this year that employers and employees are going to be looking for answers.
We have some new information from the government that's been released relating to health care. This is just like it was when the government made it mandatory for people to have car insurance. Who benefitted the most? The insurance companies who made it available.
We now have some plans to supplement what the Federal Govt. is going to institute that are going to be great because they will be affordable when companies are forced to get healthcare for their employees or be penalized. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO HAVE TO HAVE SOMETHING.
Send me your email address so I can send you more information that could increase your portfolio and help your current clients.
There are people who are still not going to be able to afford what the government proposes but there are some other alternatives that very few people are aware of.
Healthcare in our country is a multi-trillion-dollar industry, yet over 50 million Americans lack coverage of some kind.
We have a number of licensed agents that are benefiting from adding this to their portfolio.
Again email me for more information.
Also, let me reserve you a seat, Tuesdays at 7 pm at the American Workers Insurance Service Corporate Office at 11111 Richmond Ave. @ Wilcrest, Suite 200
I also invite you to a conference call where I explain what we have our hands on: