Be the Best at One Thing

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: August 27, 2021

Thank you for attending and viewing our latest Women in Leadership Seminar! We had the opportunity to hear stories and get inspired by the experience of Laura Kimble from Agent Pipeline. Anne Wood, our Chief Marketing Officer, interviewed Laura about business, life and so much more.

Laura shared so many excellent tips for navigating the insurance world, and one of her amazing pieces of advice is about letting go of perfection in everything, while also being the best at specifically selected aspects of the business. Trust me, it makes perfect sense when Laura shares her wisdom. Luckily, you can get this bite-sized piece of advice, because we captured her perspective in the short video above:

And we’re already planning our next Women in Leadership Seminar, so stay tuned for an email with announcements about our next guest!

If you’d like to re-watch the interview again, it is definitely worth your time. 

Watch Laura’s Seminar Now

 

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