For many of us, there comes a time when we go in search of a more fulfilling career. Maybe our current job isn’t doing it for us anymore. Maybe we need more time with family. Albert Einstein, a pretty smart guy, once said, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” Maybe you’re now on the doorstep of an opportunity for a fulfilling career as a WoodmenLife Sales Representative1.
We’re always looking for Sales Representatives who want to make a difference for families and communities. Even better, this fulfilling career lines up directly with an article by Working Simply2. According to the article, a dream job comes down to five things:
Without a doubt, many people spend their whole lives looking for a fulfilling career. But your search can be as short as joining WoodmenLife. That’s what Louisiana Recruiting Sales Manager Rick Price (above) did. Price began his WoodmenLife career as a Representative in 2013 and was promoted to Recruiting Sales Manager in 2018.
“What makes WoodmenLife a fulfilling career is family,” Price said. “From the CEO down, everyone feels like family. I’ve always felt like I’m the resource — I’m here to help other families through the path of life. And WoodmenLife lets me do it on my timeframe, so I can be with my family while helping other people.”
The right path toward a fulfilling career is laid out further in an article by Forbes3. The article emphasizes how a person can find happiness at home and at work in a career that:
Cami Dixon, a WoodmenLife Financial Representative in La Grange, TX, enjoys the flexibility to make her family a priority.
“My favorite thing about working with WoodmenLife is the freedom of my schedule,” she said. “I have been able to attend all my son’s activities, be available to be his personal ‘Uber’ driver and spend quality time with him. Having two older children, I know how fast these years go by.”
With service to others being so important to building a fulfilling career, joining an organization like WoodmenLife is a no-brainer. We’ve been around for more than 130 years. We are not-for-profit. And we give back to the community. See for yourself at WoodmenLife.org/About.
We take our role in making a difference very seriously. That’s because our company values are guided by a shared commitment to family, community and country — and by our National Community Focus of fighting hunger.
We’ve worked to keep our neighbors from going hungry throughout our history and formalized these efforts as a nationwide program in 2015. Since then, we’ve collected more than 1.2 million pounds of food and raised $3.4 million. Along the way, we’ve held community food drives, backpack-stuffing events and cookout fundraisers. We’ve also sorted donations at local food banks and served meals at community kitchens.
Dixon loves the connection between WoodmenLife’s company values and hers. “Without a doubt, I believe the most important quality needed for this career is integrity and always doing what is right, even when others do not,” she said. “As a former teacher, this was a natural fit for me.”
We’ve forged an important partnership to further our efforts to support and honor our nation’s protectors. For decades, we’ve shown our appreciation and celebrated our American freedoms with activities like:
We also have donated more than 3.5 million flags to communities, schools and nonprofits nationwide.
Through our partnership with the Gary Sinise Foundation, we support some of the foundation’s key programs and initiatives. That includes being the exclusive provider of U.S. flags and flagpoles for the Remembrance Garden at the Gary Sinise Foundation’s annual Snowball Express event, which supports the families of our fallen heroes.
Our commitment to family, community and country fits perfectly with the foundation’s mission to serve our nation by honoring our Defenders, Veterans, First Responders, their families, and those in need.
Though a background in sales is helpful, it’s not needed to build a fulfilling career as a WoodmenLife Sales Representative. Life insurance and selling can be learned. The desire to make a difference is part of who you are.
“Anyone can succeed at WoodmenLife,” said Financial Representative Paul Brooks of Laurinburg, NC. “You just have to keep looking for the next person to help. As a Representative with WoodmenLife, you have great ways to assist families, either with insurance coverage or retirement products. You always have to ask yourself: ‘Who can I help today?’”
Other ways you put people first include:
“Our industry helps families so much because life insurance is such an unknown subject. It’s not something people deal with every day. There are so many questions that families have, and that’s where we come in. It’s our job to be the resource, not the sales pitch,” Price said.
So, by now, you’re probably asking, “What’s in it for me?”
No matter your situation or what has you looking for other opportunities, you can trust that WoodmenLife will be around for the long term. We’ve remained a strong organization since our founding in 1890. We adapt and change to support our Sales Force, empowering them to continue to succeed.
With that kind of backing, your commitment to your career will take you far.
Visit LifeCareerBalance.org today to learn more about a WoodmenLife career, the benefits you’ll receive and how to apply.
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