Jessi Park’s company, Inspired Insurance Solutions, named one of Central Florida’s Top 25 Women-Owned Businesses, there are definitely more reasons than one why Inspired Insurance Solutions is leading the race. The insurance brokerage firm specializes in healthcare and life insurance. The company has helped clients with suitable insurance solutions nationwide and does not show any signs of stopping anytime soon.
Inspired Insurance Solutions was founded in 2018 by Jessi Park, one of the most celebrated female entrepreneurs of her time. Her primary goal was to pave the way for more women to enter the insurance industry and equip them with smart sales tactics and strong leadership skills. The CEO wanted to make an impact, and she surely did.
“I built my agency one agent at a time. I want to ensure that my agents have all the tools they need to do amazing work, and I know that their clients are better off for it,” shared Jessi Park.
The experience of building a company from the ground up was indeed not a walk in the park. But Jessi Park was and is still motivated by the desire to help thousands of clients find the right insurance solutions for their needs.
Contrary to what others might believe, Jessi Park revealed that she got into the insurance industry not out of her own free will. After getting laid off from a job and struggling to provide for her family as a single mother, she grabbed what was then her only option. “I took all of the skills that I’d learned throughout my career and life and applied them to selling insurance. And I ended up breaking records—I did a million dollars in sales in eight months. It was the company’s fastest to million records—everyone else took over a year and a half.”
After making those record-high sales, Jessi Park had an epiphany that anyone can succeed in the insurance industry. That was when her desire to build a company centered around helping other people like herself succeed.
“This is the opportunity that I wish I had known about sooner and that I want to inspire other people like me to take. I want to be that person that can find and train those who want to work and want to find financial freedom. That’s what Inspired Insurance Solutions is all about,” she said.
Jessi Park has been an inspiration to many as she was able to turn her life around from an unemployed single mother to an award-winning president of one of the fastest-growing companies in the country today. She is dedicated to helping insurance agents serve communities better and reshape the insurance landscape. Jessi witnessed how the industry suffered from the prejudice that insurance professionals only care about profits. She has invested a lot of effort to put soul back into the field.
Asked what her secret is to running such an acclaimed company, Jessi Park said, “Know how to use your resources. People and money are your most valuable resources. If you don’t plan to have enough money to keep the right people on, the company falls apart. If you don’t have the right people on a project in order to make money, you’re at fault there as well. Finding that balance and being prepared is key.” Take it from someone who not only knows the game but has actually revolutionized for the better.
Besides fearlessly leading Inspired Insurance Solutions to greatness, Jessi Park is also the author of Soul Beneficiary, which is set to reach readers in Jan 2022. Soul Beneficiary: The Good, Better, Best Guide to Success in Selling Insurance is Jessi Park’s part-memoir, part-industry-guide for people willing to push through the daily grind and build a remarkable career. Park explains how the right mindset coupled with unwavering grit can empower readers to overcome obstacles and limiting beliefs and make their own way in the world. Jessi approaches life and work with her fiery courage and her book teaches readers to do the same.
Do you think you have what it takes to put customer service first and sell insurance with heart? Check Inspired Insurance Solutions, and learn more about what Jessi Park is doing at Inspired Insurance Solutions.
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