If you have to stop doing what’s working, you’ll eventually have nothing to do.
A typical morning of an agency owner usually consists of five different tasks you don’t really need to do but don’t have anyone else to do them, 10 other things on your mind and four things that should be getting done instead.
There’s a never-ending list of things you could do for your agency, but only one thing that you shouldn’t. That is stop doing the thing(s) that is working.
Today I talk with Erin Atkins of Hanby Insurance down in the great state of Texas. We talk about her role as the agency owner and what she’s doing to keep the phones ringing.
At the end of the day, try to avoid picking up a mop and bucket to help clean up the awesome mess of business you spilled into your agency. Not cleaning everything up is better than having nothing to clean at all.
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