Summer Road Kit: Farm Bureau Mad Libs
August 26, 2015
Our agents love helping take care of their communities, but everyone needs a vacation now and then! If you’re planning to take a road trip with your family anytime soon, things may get a little boring. As you travel throughout the United States, you may find yourself in one of the eight states that Farm Bureau Financial Services serves.
See our highlighted nouns, verbs, and adjectives and find out how we describe being a Farm Bureau agent. With all the fun, you may discover why becoming a Farm Bureau agent might be a great fit for you.
How to Keep Client/Members Happy
From the beginning, Farm Bureau figured out that happy client/members come from hard-working agents. Tasked each day with their own schedules, agents control what their workday looks like. Whether you excel in the morning or get an energy boost in the afternoon, you can help protect your client/members in a way that works best for you.
Maintaining a work-life balance to your small business is encouraged at Farm Bureau. Taking your children to school in the morning, having lunch with your spouse over the noon hour, or even leaving the office a bit early to coach the local basketball team, there are countless opportunities agents have to maintain a positive work-life balance.
A Visit to a Farm Bureau Agent
Whether it’s in an ice cream shop, at the office, or over the phone, agents are available to meet with their client/members. Getting to know your client/members where they’re most comfortable is important, too. After all, you’re there to ensure that during and after the conversation, they have peace of mind that you’re doing your best job to help keep them protected.
Taking a step back and learning what matters most to your client/members is an important step in helping address what coverage(s) they may need. Whether you’re helping your neighbors, local businesses, or even insuring a family farm, you’re in control of building and maintaining these community relationships!
A Farm Bureau Agent’s Vacation
You may work differently than others, and as a result, you will begin to see the world in a new light! You may start to notice small changes in the way you see the world and how you talk to your community members and the changes happening in their lives:
Your neighbors just put in a new addition with an indoor pool. Does their homeowner’s insurance cover it all?
Your best friend just had their first child. Do they have life insurance?
Your former coach is buying his/her dream car. Does he/she need car insurance?
The local cupcake bakery had some damage from the recent storms. Can you help?
Building your client/member base comes from seeing the world like nobody else. Many may call it the worst case scenario, but Farm Bureau agents know better. Being prepared to help the ones you care about drives what you do and how you see the world.
Are You a Farm Bureau Agent?
Looking at the Farm Bureau agents we’re working with, they all seem to have the same amazing characteristics: they don’t give up after a hard day’s work, are not distracted by the mundane, and each have the never-say-never attitude to bounce back after a setback. They’re self-starters who are determined and can manage themselves. They also have the confidence to make new friends, stand up for what they believe in, and they know their stuff.
Becoming a Farm Bureau agent means making a difference in your community. And it means being who you are, with some added benefits!
As you ride off into the sunset with your family members and mad libs in tow, think about how happy you are in your current position. If these mad libs make you smile, then it might be time to consider a new career! Click the “Get Started” button below to start the adventure.