The qualities that made you successful can actually hold you back.
In your own entrepreneurial life, have you achieved a certain level of success, then hit a plateau?
Do you spend most of your time putting out fires or sitting in meetings?
Does your head hurt?
Why do so many P&C agencies struggle with the ‘life sale’?
I’ve been asking this question for the last three years.
I’ve asked business owners, salespeople, financial advisors, doctors, and attorneys.
No one had the right answer, until last month.
Open to a limited number of agents, this event is tentatively scheduled to be in Los Angeles in May, 2019. We’ve negotiated a special rate at a huge discount — more than 90% off the Million Dollar Agent program cost. There are 100 things you could sell, but...
Here are five trends that resulted from the recent tax cuts and that may or may not survive 2019 legislation.
In other words, you have some powerful, and potentially expiring, benefits available to you for at least the rest of 2018.
Here’s an 8-minute interview with Jack Canfield.
Jack’s been a mentor, ally, and friend.
I share this video with the hope that it will stir you to find a better path to success.
Here's an interview I did with Symmetry Financial. If you're an insurance professional, I believe you'll find it practical and challenging... in a good way. P.S. If you or your company would like some elevated thinking, here’s an online brochure and PDF...
Here’s a question I get asked a lot…
“Chris, of all the things you could be doing, why do you spend so much energy in the life insurance industry?”
It’s simple… Because it’s so exciting. 😉
Chris Jarvis shares some advice with Jack Canfield in this 1 minute video. They say that only hindsight is truly 20/20 after your many years as an entrepreneur what advice would you give to your younger self? https://vimeo.com/251846046
One of the best strategies you can apply to your business is learning how small, incremental improvements in your core processes can result in geometric growth for the entire company.” – Tony Robbins Often times internal teams at companies can get tunnel vision and...