6 Steps: Have Your Clients Begging You To Help Their Family & Friends.


Having TOO MANY referrals is a GREAT problem to have! Let me show you how I do it.


I have 2 powerful ways of getting consistent referrals. I was named the referral queen and was teaching new agents. I currently hold classes teaching new agents this process for power partners that I am affiliated with 


1 - client/potential client referral 

2  - Businesses sending referrals 





The goal is to have people sending you warm leads regularly so you cut your activity in half. Find one or two ways of connecting with many people at one time and your workload is now a fraction of what it was before and you will find yourself with too many leads and need to hire or implement systems to help cut down on the many al work required for each appointment. 

If this sounds like a problem you want to have as an insurance agent then keep listening



WHY ARE REFERRALS IMPORTANT

MOST PEOPLE FEEL AWKWARD OR JUST DONT MAKE A PRIORITY


POLICIES WITHOUT WORK

ASK FOR THE SALE GET MORE SALES - SCARED MONEY DONT MAKE MONEY 

#NOMOREHUSTLE



Course curriculum

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    • Referral Guru

    • Bonus

What the students have to say...

Tamra Sorey

The amount of information in your training is phenomenal. For me is to step up and be creative and go for all the possible resources to make my business known. I have to talk to more people and start participating in more community events and ASK FOR REFERRALS.

Carmen Bernard

My number one takeaway is that understanding how to set up the smooth operation of how to ask for referrals and get them without seeming desperate.

Alexis Allen

My number one takeaway is to build powerful partnerships. Instead of paying for individual leads pay for sponsorships and get access to the guest list.

Caresha Rainey

My biggest takeaway is setting the stage and better communicating my mission to help bridge the wealth gap!

Tamika Reynolds

My take away is to build a professional relationship with our people and branding myself and the knowledge I'll be sharing with them.

Brittany Allen

My biggest take away is being prepared will help get more referrals.

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