My name is Brandon P and I am the nephew of the President/CEO Matt Goldberg. Today (8/31) was my first day out in the field. I received some CPO 40's and I went and door knocked. Eventually I found someone that was home and this man was the only person I sat in front of during the day. I went into the house and filled out the AD&D form. The gentlemen gave me 4 referrals. Also by filling out the AD&D form i was able to realize he had no life insurance in place, which then made me realize I had to get something done for him. I was able to sell him a 5,000 dollar policy for 576 AP.
Currently I attend the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida and I am a 19 year old sophomore. I just received my insurance license this past summer. My message to everyone out there is that if a 19 year old with barely any experience in the field can do it, anyone can do it. Work hard and have a positive attitude and you will be successful.
Thanks - Brandon P.
What a difference a day makes. We’ve all heard the saying, and in my case it would be more like a week or two than a day. But I am in a completely different place than I was just a couple of weeks ago and I am very excited about the changes in my life.
When I decided to start my career with Securus, I had a small fear telling me that it just “sounded too good to be true”. There had to be a catch. But my curiosity got the best of me, and I had to try it to find out what “the catch” was. So I ordered my leads, read my agent manuals, studied everything I could about the products available in my state and watched as many training videos as I could.
Two weeks later I am successfully selling final expense programs and have not been able to find “a catch”. I have the help I need, when I need it. The tools to help myself, and the best leads I have ever had access to since I started in the insurance industry. This is the opportunity I have been searching for, and I am very excited to be a part of it. Thanks to Matt Weinstein and all the other people at Securus who have been a part of getting me up and running.