John Brown Jr.’s new book “Wolves and Insurance” focuses on helping other insurance agents mentally prepare for working in the insurance industry

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Recent release “Wolves and Insurance” from Page Publishing author John Brown Jr. is an insider’s view of the insurance industry, which is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and lucrative careers in the business arena.

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John Brown Jr., who has been in the insurance business for ten years, has completed his new book “Wolves and Insurance”: an instructional work that will help agents condition their minds to prepare for existing trends that make growing their business difficult.

According to Brown, “Having been involved in different lines of businesses throughout my career, I quickly realized that mental conditioning was a vital prerequisite for the insurance industry and aspiring agents. I had been successful in multiline insurance sales and had worked my way into management by enabling myself to adapt to my clients’ needs and taking the time to examine the various types of personalities I would be dealing with on a daily basis to provide adequate protection and earn trust. As my business evolved, and management obligations began, I decided to focus on helping other agents (new or tenured) mentally prepare for what the insurance industry would present on a daily basis that most would be unprepared for coming in.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, John Brown Jr.’s educational work focuses on the insurance industry, which employs tens of thousands of people. The general public has been dealing with insurance companies and agents for many years to protect the assets that they have spent their entire lives accruing. They turn their trusts to agents to adequately insure what is most valuable to them and their families. Over the years, people have developed a consensus about the insurance industry that has been created by years of less-than-favorable service.

“Wolves and Insurance” is intended to help aspiring and tenured agents identify with these preconceived notions and provide solutions to change the culture of the business and earn trust. Knowing what to expect is advantageous and will allow an agent to understand that their heart is the most valuable tool to growing their business and changing the way that the general public views the insurance industry.
Readers who wish to experience this educational work can purchase “Wolves and Insurance” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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