You lock your car and, stepping jauntily, you enter your office. The scene that greets you is appalling. There has been a fire and the workplace is a smoldering pile of ash. A heater has been left on overnight and caused the materials to catch alight. The computers, the switchboard, all the electronic equipment, the fittings throughout the shop, everything is destroyed. The most worrying for you is your stock. The beautiful outfits are scorched and damaged.
If you are a property and casualty insurance agent and are interested in selling life insurance and financial products, you owe it to yourself and your clients to engage them in the right way. You know deep down that running out half-cocked is likely to harm your expert status, so don't do it. Consider the overall strategy of the new endeavor and flesh out the finer points before embarking on the journey. Your clients want the help and you can begin to transform your income and your relationships by doing something you should have been doing a long time ago.
So how do you go about doing this? First of all, resist the temptation to sell life insurance the same way that you would a fire policy or an umbrella. This approach is what has lead many property casualty Insurance and agency owners to conclude that agents cannot be successful in both property casualty and life.
If you would like to know more about property and casualty insurance please visit the website http://www.iinsurancegroup.com/
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iInsurance Group was founded in 2006 to market and sell commercial insurance products, predominantly to the construction and staffing industry. We offer a wide variety of products including Workers’ Compensation, General Liability, Builders Risk, Contractors Equipment, Bonds, etc