I have no problem paying for my insurance license, it goes with the job. EVER THOUGHT EVER WONDERED * Where will I be five years from now if I remain in my current position?* Will I attain the financial security I need (or that my family needs)?two words flim flam, if you want to "work for the" you had better just bring 0 for all the fees and classes and ****.they dont tell you this on the phone but they will not even touch you til you pay.* Do I really enjoy my current occupation and lifestyle? * Would I like the opportunity to earn a substantial income? * National TV and print advertising * An outstanding compensation package where YOU control how much you earn * Potential annual increases (renewals) of ,000 ,000 * Exciting incentives and a stock bonus plan * Over 370,000 established payroll accounts nationwide this is what they put on the job search ad, notice anything?all it does is ask you if your happy with ur life, and it doesn't say a thing about the job description itself..If you're overwhelmed with where to start your own self-indulgence, I highly recommend it as a jumping-off point.
The whole thing's pretty dismal, and if anything, will probably drive you further into singledom.caz they don't want you to know what the job is about!all their doing is try to fish unhappy losers, brainwash them to be happy and proud by using words like "be your own business" or "your a professional entrepreneur", or "make residual income" "be rich and retire early" "financial security".. They cost you the 300$ just so they can get some money out of you..This is a rare and precious thing in adult life, and I think that the real answer to your question is to do just that, whatever makes you feel the most happy, the most at home in yourself, a little indulgence to remind you that you're a pretty rad person, worthy of the love of even the hunkiest sweaty farm boys.For me, this means taking myself out to Foreign & Domestic for oyster happy hour, a dozen of their finest oysters on ice and a glass of the grassiest, most peppery white wine on the menu.
They are a great company I have been working for this company for about a year. I have since spent several thousand by choice as I am in business for myself. You have to understand that you are starting a business - not just getting a job.