I turned 37 today and it was possibly the best birthday yet. I took my son Lucas to his first wrestling tournament. Being in his spot before, I could sense his nervousness as he stepped on the scale for the first time to weigh in. My awareness kicked in, I realized I was giving off nervous energy and he was following my lead. Studying self-development daily over the past six years, the self-talk kicked in. “My energy is contagious. He will feed off my energy. Okay I’ve got this” I said to myself.... “I am calm and confident. I am calm and happy.” So I got down on his level, looked him in the eyes, smiled, and said “You are going to have so much fun today buddy, this is going to be so great, I am so proud of you.” I study this all for a reason; yes to help me get to be the person and leader I want to be, but also to help others- my son and daughters included.
Within Australia there are also a number of industry bodies that issue professional accreditations to members that comply with best standards of professional practice and integrity and maintain up to date skills and knowledge. The two main accreditations are the ANZIIF CIP (certified insurance professional) and NIBA QPIB (qualified practicing insurance broker) qualifications.
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Virtually every state mandates that insurance agents and brokers meet licensing requirements, which normally entails the successful completion of a written examination. Prelicensing educational requirements may also apply, which can vary depending on the state and license type. Separate licenses are necessary for each line of insurance, including Life and Health and Property and Casualty. In addition, agents and brokers may have to meet ongoing continuing education requirements to maintain their licenses.
Most of the time, agents are independent contractors, and they can be either captive agents or noncaptive agents (also known as independent agents). The former means that they work directly for a single insurance company, and the latter means they work for multiple insurance companies. Brokers, like Policygenius, are more independent, and work with a large number of insurance companies. They may also sell more insurance products, like disability insurance. Captive agents have fewer options to offer you because they only have their parent company’s policies to choose from.
In the United States, insurance brokers are regulated by the individual U.S. states. Most states require anyone who sells, solicits, or negotiates insurance in that state to obtain an insurance broker license, with certain limited exceptions. This includes a business entity, the business entity's officers or directors (the "sublicensees" through whom the business entity operates), and individual employees. In order to obtain a broker's license, a person typically must take pre-licensing courses and pass an examination. An insurance broker also must submit an application (with an application fee) to the state insurance regulator in the state in which the applicant wishes to do business, who will determine whether the insurance broker has met all the state requirements and will typically do a background check to determine whether the applicant is considered trustworthy and competent. A criminal conviction, for example, may result in a state determining that the applicant is untrustworthy or incompetent. Some states also require applicants to submit fingerprints.
Amy was a tremendous help and at a timely manner as well. Very great conversation as well. A good mid-western attitude and it made me feel at home for me being from the Chicagoland area. I really would recommend any1 to visit her or to talk with her to get things done as fast as I had my insurance done. Thank You Amy. I really do appreciate what you have done for me. From the heart. Brady F.