Originally posted on August 11, 2016 by Libbie Cedeno in Producer Selling Tips
Wake up. Grab coffee. Go for a walk. Drive to the office. Talk with your insureds. Reach out to new prospects. Go home. Have dinner. Watch the ball game. Repeat.
Does this sound familiar?
Humans are creatures of routine. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Routines give us control. Control gives us power.
Adapted from an article by Bill Morris, Navicom, originally published in the KSU Full Circle Newsletter Spring 2015
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