The insurance industry is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and lucrative careers in the business arena. Tens of thousands of people call the insurance business their career. 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 earning trust. More importantly, this book will help agents condition their minds to prepare for existing trends that can make growing their business difficult. 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.
A traveling tinker, John Bunyan accepted long imprisonment rather than give up preaching the Gospel. He explained the life of the Spirit in language the common people could understand and in pictures that stuck in the mind. When he wrote The Pilgrim's Progress, his fame spread rapidly, and within fifty years of his death, the book was reputed to be in most English homes. John Brown's biography of John Bunyan remains the standard, despite the lapse of over a hundred years since it was first published. The author was one of Bunyan's successors as minister of the church in Bedford. He shows that many of the scenes familiar to readers of The Pilgrim's Progress reflect local places and events and personal experience in the trials and joys of the Christian life.