Randy Hildebrandt had the best career he could think of. A baseball pitcher. This had been his dream from childhood. He worked at it, and saw it come true. He played in the major leagues for 13 seasons straight. During his career, he managed 5,714 strikeouts! He truly was a legend on the field. However, he had to retire not because he was too old to play but because he injured his shoulder. This saw him back to the drawing board. What to do with his life? See more updates on Twitter
He decided on a field of economics and became a fighting Aggie. His motivation? It was the highest paying job he could think of. However, he ended up hating the job. It did pay nicely but he just did not have the passion for it. His first job as an insurance sales man was his first step to finding his life’s mission and passion
After graduating collage, he got a job selling insurance with a lady called Connie. To get better at his job, he decided to be a mentee to one of the ‘big wigs’ at the company. The lesson he learnt from his mentor defined his life’s path; instead of being a sales man, be a guy who helps the families of the clients you deal with. And this is what he did; he dedicated the rest of his career as an insurance sales man to helping people rather than focusing on making money out of them. Visit indeed.com to know more about USHealth Group
Randy says this not only saw him make more money, it also gave him a sense of purpose. Just knowing that as he does his regular work, he gets to help other people. Currently, Randy Hildebrandt works as a satellite leader for USHealth Advisors. He says this was no easy decision because he was doing OK at his former company; the pay was good and the working environment was great. What helped him make up his mind was their mission of H.O.P.E.
H.O.P.E, helping Other People Every day, is an organizational mission for USHealth Advisors. It was initiated by their current CEO Troy McQuagge, who explains this mission as making a point to help someone every single day. This has seen the workers give their services to those who need it for free, give monetary support and donations where needed. Now working at USHealth, Randy Hildebrandt gets to H.O.P.E every single day. Check:https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=313923