Lead. Empower. Grow. is a First Financial Security, Inc. podcast about entrepreneurship, financial literacy and making it in the insurance industry. We interview FFS leaders about how they made their start and grew their businesses, touching on everything from effective prospecting to going virtual.
Honoring Hispanic Heritage Month with Rina Ramos
Regional Marketing Director Rina Ramos is making it her mission to bring financial security and peace of mind to the Hispanic community, sitting down with our host to talk about everything from overcoming cultural barriers to how she translates financial concepts from English to Spanish.
Success Loves Speed with Leyna Nguyen
Leyna Nguyen, one of our newest Executive Field Chairman, kicks off our season with a lively discussion about the record-breaking 11 diamonds she reached in one short year and how the FFS mission to help all people find peace of mind brought her out of retirement to a life full of purpose.
Finding Your Running Mate with Michael Henry
National Marketing Director and social media expert Michael Henry touches on the importance of having what he calls a "running mate" — an accountability partner: someone who picks you up when you're down and pats you on the back when you succeed, balancing out your strengths and weaknesses.
Surviving with Living Benefits with Karen C. Baker
National Marketing Director Karen Baker sat down with our host to talk about surviving cancer amidst a global pandemic — and clued us in to how her business did not even skip a beat. Find out how on this great episode of the Lead. Empower. Grow. Podcast.
Michael Hatter, a Senior Vice President shares his book recommendation to all who work in the industry entitled Who Moved My Cheese? and how those lessons inform how he protects his clients.
Field Vice President Yetti Esatu sat down with the hosts of Lead. Empower. Grow. this week for a lively discussion of real estate and insurance. We talked to Yeti about informing her fellow realtors about the importance of life insurance, how to stay educated on the latest financial products, and how her experience in the housing market helped her adapt to the changes of 2020.