Chris Amrhein Knows How To Wax Insurance Nostalgia

by | June 9, 2020

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In today’s episode of Agents Influence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Chris Amrhein, owner of Insurance is Fun. Chris shares his background story and the key to his success, the importance of customer service training, and the unique value that insurance agents can bring to their clients.

Episode Highlights:

  • Jason Cass introduces guest Chris Amrhein. (1:12)
  • Is Chris an Android or an iPhone user?  (4:33)
  • What does Chris attribute to his success, skill, or luck? (4:15)
  • What was the last app that Chris downloaded? (6:25)
  • Does Chris love to win or hate to lose?  (11:34)
  • Chris Explains why surfing is the perfect metaphor for business. (14:39)
  • Chris shares his background story and the key to his success. (17:55)
  • Chris shares that he left John Hancock over a dependent agency were he later became a part-owner. (20:38)
  • Chris shares his experience with the two-week class with high-level sales training from a company at a fancy resort he attended. (26:28)
  • Chris says that one of the exercises that he used to do was, “how much money do you want to make?”. (28:49)
  • Chris talks about his experience having a class with 3-star generals. (32:27)
  • Chris says that he brings the value that will help clients make the decision that’s best for them. (34:10)
  • Chris shares that the magic key question he always asks is, “so what?”. (35:52)
  • If the industry was a song that Chris wanted to represent today’s industry, what song would it be? (43:12)
  • What is Chris reading right now? (51:10)

Key Quotes:

  • “It’s your game to play the way you want.” – Chris Amrhein
  • “I’ve done customer service training for a long time and one of the things I try and make sure is everybody says is ‘we love choice’ but the fact is, there’s a limit because you go quickly from I want a choice to the deer in the headlights.” – Chris Amrhein
  • “If you’re in this for a career, enjoy, it is gonna be one of the greatest things you’ve ever done when you look back on it.” – Chris Amrhein

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