How To Sell $10,000 Weekly As A Life Insurance Agent .com/watch?v=YoUeyWEa6GA

92% of insurance agents FAIL within their first 3 years – and a lot of times it’s because the agent doesn’t KNOW THE NUMBERS they need to hit to be successful. In this video, I’ll show you what it takes to sell $10,000 of life insurance EVERY single week. #InsuranceAgentTraining #InsuranceSales #LifeInsurance #LifeInsuranceSales —- ► Need Training? Cody offers private coaching programs, live training, and business retreats. Coaching, University, and Retreats: —- ► Need Leads? We offer leads for Final Expense, Spanish Final Expense, Mortgage Protection, Medicare, Life. If you’re just getting started or get additional leads at a great price, we also offer Aged leads. Leads: —- ► Want to attend our next event? Events: —- ► Would you like digital marketing services tailored to the insurance industry? Marketing: —- Thanks for watching this video, please share it with your friends. I enjoy reading comments and answering questions so be sure to leave a comment and… ► Subscribe to My Channel: —- Cody Askins currently owns and operates seven insurance-based companies grossing over $6 million in annual sales. When he was 20-years old, Cody decided to become a full-time insurance agent despite time constraints due to going to college full-time and playing college basketball. Even so, he set a goal to make $100,000 his first year and exceeded this goal within 8 months. Now, his goal is to help train, mentor and motivate insurance agents all over the world to operate at their highest level. To do this, Cody produces Coaching Programs, Insurance Wealth University, Business Retreats, Insurance Leads, Live Events, Live Shows, and Training Videos.

26 thoughts on “How To Sell $10,000 Weekly As A Life Insurance Agent”

  1. The richest agent is worth 70 mill he does 700 a year I hope I become that successful I’m from Springfiled Missouri working on my insurance license and I’ll be working from home and using this as a side hustle I feel from home you have a higher chance of success

  2. Being in this business for a while as an agent/wholesaler, don’t focus on monetary goals. I find it better focusing on activity, value and help goals. Insurance, especially life, is about helping people. It’s emotional and has less to do with numbers. I understand you need to know the numbers etc. But, I find that most new agents don’t last because the goals are commission based. They get behind and then that number becomes a weight they can’t carry. Focus on value and how many people can you help. If you don’t want to help people, this business will be really really tough.

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