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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 Meg McKeen, Founder of Adjunct Advisors. Meg and Teresa talk about how the insurance industry is changing with virtual work environments and how the culture of growth and significance is creating a more impactful industry for the future.

Episode Highlights:

  • Meg shares how she was introduced to the insurance industry and what led her to become a coach for women in insurance. (2:15)
  • Meg explains that women have a specific space, role, and voice in the insurance industry. (5:46)
  • Meg shares her insights on what she is seeing in the industry right now. (10:31)
  • Meg discusses the types of environment she is seeing that people are looking for which is different than they did before. (14:23)
  • Meg shares that you have to know how you are wired and you have to know yourself. (23:26)
  • Meg explains her lifestyle, and shares more about the digital nomad lifestyle. (28:10)
  • Meg elaborates on the changes and the impact of being a digital nomad on her coaching. (32:46)
  • Meg shares that risk is everywhere, and your tolerance is only what is keeping you from trying something new. (35:41)
  • Meg reminds everybody that we don’t have to do it alone, and we shouldn’t do it alone. (42:38)

Key Quotes:

  • “We need to come up in the industry so people can retire. So people who have done their time who have contributed meaningfully to the industry can go on and retire, if that’s what they choose, or give back to their communities in a different way.” – Meg McKeen
  • “I think the flexible work environment gives us that freedom and that flexibility to be all those things to all those people and put work where work belongs.” – Meg McKeen
  • “If not now, when? And that’s a question that I asked myself all the time. What am I waiting for? Who is it I’m asking for permission from? Are they ever going to give it?”- Meg McKeen

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