Welcome back to a special episode of the Life Insurance Academy podcast! Today, we’re thrilled to have an exceptional guest joining us all the way from sunny California, Santa Clarita – by way of Arkansas. Meet Connie Holman – a true powerhouse in the life insurance industry!
Connie’s journey is nothing short of inspirational. From exploring telesales opportunities to investing in her professional growth at our game-changer boot camp in Louisville, Kentucky, she’s a testament to what dedication and self-investment can achieve.
In this episode, Connie shares her experiences, challenges, and the lessons learned in the life insurance field. Whether you’re a new agent, a seasoned veteran, or just curious about the industry, there’s something in this episode for everyone.
Join us as Connie brings her authenticity, passion, and insights to the table. It’s an episode packed with valuable advice, heartfelt stories, and the kind of wisdom that only comes from real-life experiences.
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