A recent article on Entrepreneur.com titled “The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People” debunks several myths that are commonly associated with success and business performance.
At Financial Providence Group, we take note of what our agents and managers need to be successful, and we facilitate that success in any way we can. We’ve used the major points in this article to expound on our own philosophy behind satisfied, successful employees.
Truth: Very successful people see play as essential for creativity.
Our agents and managers work hard, and we believe they should have the opportunity to celebrate their success. We’ve found incentives like our top-performer trips are a great way to reward our team, while also giving them an opportunity to bounce ideas off some of the greatest minds in the company.
Truth: Very successful people are powerful listeners.
Whether agents are listening to the needs of our clients, or managers are listening to the needs of our agents, we believe that active listening is an essential skill.
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.”
–Bryant H. McGill
Truth: Very successful people focus on what they can do better.
Instead of wasting time focusing on what other final expense insurance companies are doing, we’re focused on constantly improving. Because of this, we stay at the top of the industry year after year. We are committed to doing whatever it takes to provide the best products and services–period.