It’s your fault. It’s all your fault. Don’t blame me and don’t blame anyone else. You’re building what you want to build so look in the mirror and own it. The size of your Book of Business is your own business but if you don’t like what you’re building then STOP AND BUILD SOMETHING ELSE.
In this episode of the Millionaire Insurance Producer podcast, Charles Specht will tell you what you need to do to stop thinking small, how to start thinking BIGGER, and what you need to change in order to achieve the new business revenue growth you want.
- Charles opens the episode by sharing with his listeners why he is angry. (1:39)
- Charles shares his experience with the two agents that he has encountered. (2:55)
- Charles mentions that sometimes you just have to take a step back and ask yourself, “What are you building?” (8:53)
- Charles talks about advising an agent to increase the size of the account that they prospect. (12:36)
- Charles explains that he wants people to realize that there is no reason to stay small. (14:31)
- Charles shares that the best business lesson he learned was the power of thinking bigger. (17:38)
- Charles shares another story of an insurance agent that he has worked with and the power of thinking bigger. (20:00)
- Charles shares the reasons that keep him going, and keep him motivated to continue. (25:15)
- Charles closes the episode with the question, Are you choosing or just allowing things to happen. (27:37)
- “I’m going to tell you why I’m not happy. I’m not happy because I am sick and tired of insurance agents thinking small, period.” – Charles Specht
- “Sometimes you just have to take a step back and ask yourself, ‘What am I building here? What actually am I putting into place? What am I creating?’ You have to take a step back and do that every once in a while, because you just don’t realize what you’re doing in the middle of it.” – Charles Specht
- “There’s no reason why you have to stay small. It doesn’t matter, whatever the case is, if your agency isn’t used to those types of accounts, it doesn’t matter, write them, prospect them, you’ll figure it out.” – Charles Specht