Well the summer's over. Which obviously means that we're not allowed to have anymore fun…right?
You'd certainly think that if you were looking at our episode from last week and what we're discussing today.
In episode 42, we're continuing with the spirit of last week's episode. So, if you that was the greatest thing we've ever released, awesome.
Sadly, if you thought it was awful, you'll likely be disappointed in this week's episode.
Either way, I think you'll find the discussion useful.
Today's episode is all about the metrics we dig into when we're evaluating the life insurance companies that we actually want to work with.
Yes, individual design capability and policy performance are important.
But first, we gotta make sure the company itself is healthy and that we see them trending in a positive direction going forward.
If that interests you, listen on.
I'll make every effort to push something next week that's a little less focused on the minutiae. Stay tuned!
Brantley is a practicing life insurance agent and has been for over 18 years. After years of trying to sell like his sales managers wanted him to, he discovered that people want to buy life insurance if you actually explain the benefits.
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