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Grow a Stable Business!

Enhancing stability while growing your business will put your success on the map.

There are many ways to solidify, stabilize, and grow a new business. Starting today, you can help your business to move forward with new, innovative ideas while remaining stable. 

Regulation and Compliance
Attend seminars and join organizations to know which areas in which your organization have compliance requirements, especially specific to your industry. Ensure that all policies are clearly conveyed to your current employees and new hires with posters, pamphlets, and handbooks. 

Introduce yourself, your business, products, and services through social media, personal contacts, and by attending meetings, conferences, and fundraisers. Get involved by being an active member in the community and subscribe to local online newspapers.

Organizational Operations
Establish common goals with strategic plans to reach daily and weekly goals. Define departmental responsibilities, procedures, budgets, and logistics with timelines, checks, and plans to monitor productivity and results.

Employee Experience
Having the right person for the right position is the most valuable asset of an organization. Select applicants with demonstrated competencies aligning with required responsibilities related to the functions of the position.

For your opportunity to know what you can do to grow your business, stay stable, enjoy life, and work less, visit Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. The Boot Camp “Leave No Regrets” in San Diego, CA enables you to Be Unstoppable!

Your Guide To Starting A Business While Working Full Time

How to: start a business without quitting your full-time job.

All too often, people look at entrepreneurism as a huge gamble. You have to give up all of your financial stability to start your own business – right?

Actually, it is possible to start your business while still working full time, you just have to make sure you handle it well. When you keep your full-time job, you can leverage your bosses and colleagues for professional advice and, obviously, keep a paycheck coming your way.

How do you get the best of both worlds? Start a business while working full time by following this guide.

  • Be Honest To Your Company: It’s not just unethical to do work for your new business while you’re on the clock for your current company, it can also have far-reaching negative implications. For starters, you can get fired. Even more problematic, though, is that your company can claim ownership of anything you did on their time.
  • Be Honest To Your Supervisor: It might seem risky to tell your supervisor that you’re planning to start your own business, but it’s much better to have control over how he or she finds out than it getting to your supervisor through the rumor mill!
  • Be Honest To Yourself: Don’t burn yourself out. If you’re feeling exhausted working full-time, then coming home and plugging away on your new business, let yourself take a break or get the help you need. If you burn yourself out before you even get started, your business will struggle.

Are you thinking of starting a business? If so, don’t wait to contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program! We have an extensive wheelhouse of guidance to help you work less, earn more, and enjoy life! If you’re hungry for more training, mark your calendar today for our San Diego, CA “Leave No Regrets” boot camp in November!

Living Life on our Own Terms

Living Life on our Own Terms(which is not possible without a money making agency machine that provides you freedom). A life experience I will never forget…  Awhile back I went on a cruise in the Caribbean with 18 Legendary Rock and Roll bands. WOW!!WOW!! WOW!!. Picture in this article is 2006 Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Artimus Pyle(Lynard Skynard drummer)and my best buddy Steve. The only other comment for now is Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top is truly top-notch.


For your immediate implementation is a new “quick take punchlist” that is plaster all over our office in bright YELLOW. We never leave to change an opportunity to remind any team member of ways to generate revenue.

New Business and Retention

It’s so simple.  Here’s every day ways to earn new business opportunities:

  • Send thank you notes, hand-written – three a day.
  • Go the extra mile ALL of the time.
  • Just ASK, every time!
  • Ask personal lines client who their employer is and if the employer would like a commercial lines account review.
  • Do a complete account review for anyone any time.
  • Follow up on any quotes already done, all of the time.
  • Help anyone in your community in any way.
  • Suspense and work your suspenses.
  • Brainstorm with your teammates about any new opportunity, create and implement game plan.
  • Constantly be rounding out your accounts.
  • Call people on their birthday.
  • Send a free report to anyone any time on any insurance subject.
  • Ask tactical questions and listen for any opportunity in every conversation.
  • Help someone in some way that makes a difference for them.
  • Build your own COI (center of influence) list.
  • Tell people about our website, our blog, our Facebook fan pages.
  • Prospect a certificate holder.
  • Prospect a claimant.
  • Call your AAA clients every quarter just to “check in”.
  • Send a copy of “liability limits” sheet with CD of the phone call with Allison Branchaud (attorney and insurance agent).
  • Send life quote to any auto client.
  • Send work comp quote to any CGL or BOP client.
  • Send anyone a video to build relationships.
  • Personal follow-up call 21 days after the sale to make sure all is in order.
  • Half anniversary letter or call.
  • Send third party endorsement letter to prospects, COI’s and others.
  • And so much more

2014 WILL be your best year ever….. if you believe it will AND if you are willing to implement, execute and take action!


Mike Stromsoe

The Unstoppable Profit Producer  

Reshaping Direct Mail for 2014

It’s a new year, and for you it’s time to think how to take your direct mail marketing business to a whole new level, but that’s easier said than done.

The best thing that you can do to take your business to that next level is by keeping abreast of some of the trends that are going to affect direct mail marketing this year.

Follow the money

Who’s got money to spend on the products that you’re promoting? You’d be surprised to know that it’s not twenty something’s, it’s those older Americans. The reasons why, they’ve been around a lot longer, in many instances they have available cash, and they’re not so dependent on electronic tech.

Men are ready to spend

Men are thought to be the new market this year, and since they’re home more now with baby boomers entering retirement in droves they’re more likely to click on things like magazine subscriptions, healthcare and longevity products and even cable TV packages that feature special sport offerings.

Don’t ignore the customers you already have

This year it’s going to be more important to keep the clients that are already on your email list, even more so than acquiring new clients.

With the economy still in a state of transition, now more than ever the best source of new revenue is from your established customer base.

Those are just a few of the things that you should pay attention to this year, and another you should pay attention to is Mike Stromsoe and his effective program, Mike’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program.

Take advantage of Mike’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program to help you drum up new business for 2014. Go ahead and contact Mike today, you’ll be glad you did.

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