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Power Women In Insurance


Together we are stronger! On the Power Women Insurance Podcast, we get to ask the questions about how to excel and thrive in the insurance industry as a POWER Woman in this space.

Hosted By

Hosted By

Teresa Kitchens

In this episode of Power Women In Insurance, Teresa Kitchens sits down with Anais Babajanian, Business and Career coach at Anais Babajanian Coaching. Anais and Teresa talked about how to get really clear about the items that hold us back so we can achieve our goals.

Episode Highlights:

  • Anais shares how she got her start in accounting and what led her to business and career coaching. (1:19)
  • Anais describes the process of getting a coaching certification and what it takes to be a truly great business coach. (4:16)
  • Anais advises anyone, particularly business owners who want to make a change in their businesses, to take it one step at a time and understand that not everything will change in one day. (7:02)
  • Anais explains how important it is to have goals and change them as life changes, but it is more about the trip than the destination. (14:18)
  • Anais explains how to determine when to drop an idea that is no longer working and move on to the next. (19:24)
  • Anais mentions that people must uncover the source of their repeating ideas and where these patterns are coming from because if they don’t, they will repeat the same behavior. (28:01)
  • Anais believes that we are the product of our experiences and environments throughout our lives. (31:30)

Key Quotes:

  • “What I enjoyed the most about running the agency, working with my staff, was giving them good feedback, helping them realize their potential, and also doing those things for my clients.” – Anais Babajanian
  • “Redefine what success means for you and your business. And make sure to ask what you’re following, not the industry average, or what the agency or across the street is doing. Make sure it’s your definition of success.” – Anais Babajanian
  • “You have to find the source of where these repetitive thoughts and these patterns are coming from? Because if you don’t find that, then you’re destined to do it again.” – Anais Babajanian

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