Special thanks to Dan Weedin for contributing today’s article. Learn more about Mr. Weedin in his bio below this article.
Success is supposed to be a good thing, right? After all, isn’t that what we all strive to attain? If we work hard, do the right things, and never quit, we will ultimately earn that success we so desperately crave.
The problem is that it’s a trap.
The worst thing that can happen to any insurance professional is that they attain success and get snared by it and lay wasting away in “The Success trap” for the rest of their career. If you’d like to find out how to avoid this fate, keep reading!
Let’s first define exactly what The Success Trap is, so you will know it when you trip over it. My professional coach and mentor, Alan Weiss introduced The Success Trap in his work with solo practitioner consultants. It works the same with insurance professionals. Here is how Alan defines it…