Millionaire Insurance Producer

Millionaire Insurance Producer

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The Millionaire Insurance Producer podcast is the top podcast for insurance producers who want to quote less and win more often. Charles was a producer with a $1,000,000+ Book of Business, before starting a consulting company working directly with insurance buyers. Charles understands what your prospects both want and need and will give you the tools of how to package your services in such a way that your prospects will fire their current agent and sign your Broker of Record Letter…during the very first appointment!
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Charles Specht

Are you a crusty old insurance agent who hates BORs? If you are, then, goodbye. (I doubt you’d be reading this anyway if you were). However … If you’re a savvy, hungry, passionate insurance agent who wants to win and not lose, then today’s topic is for you. 

In this episode of the Millionaire Insurance Producer podcast, host Charles Specht will explain to you why going after the BOR makes more sense than offering quotes, but also why there is nothing wrong with quoting … so long as you’re being wise about getting what you want out of the relationship.

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Episode Highlights:

  • Charles discusses the importance of both quoting and pursuing the Broker of Record letter in the insurance industry. (3:38)
  • Charles explains that when presenting quotes, insurance producers must focus on bringing less expensive options to policyholders, as bringing good quotes likely leads to more business. (6:44)
  • Charles mentions that quoting is still an important part of the process but offering quotes without the client’s permission is a weak move. (10:32)
  • Charles explains that it is important to have a bucket system to categorize accounts based on commission to determine how much time and effort to put into them. (15:55)
  • Charles recommends using time wisely to prospect on other accounts and find unhappy clients who may be willing to take over their policy instead of going through a quoting process without a Broker of Record letter. (22:52)
  • Charles mentions that accounts are merit-based, so learning persuasion, asking the right questions, prospecting, and following up is crucial for making business decisions. (25:58)

Key Quotes:

  • “I’m not saying that you should go through a quoting process if you don’t have the broker of record letter. I’m definitely not saying that. In fact, I would normally caution you not to. But every account is different. And so you have to look at every account based upon its merits.” – Charles Specht
  • “Every single insurance producer, every single one of you needs to have buckets. And in your buckets, those buckets are going to have some kind of a label on them based upon what it is that you’re going to do on that account.” – Charles Specht
  • “Every account stands on its own merit. You have to make a business decision on every single account. Therefore, you must always be learning, you must always be learning in order to understand how persuasion works. You must always be learning so that you can see what the relationship is like. You must always be asking the right questions so that you can penetrate deep into the relationship to figure out what exactly is there and what is not.” – Charles Specht

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