Mark Brodinsky writes about successful businessmen in his blog titled ‘Story Telling for Business.’ One of the men he has spot-lighted is Randy Hildebrant. Randy is an old-fashioned, principled type of guy you’d expect to work for an old-fashioned principled type of organization and he does. He is an independent insurance agent for USHealth Group.
Randy’s first career choice was to be a baseball pitcher like his hero, Nolan Ryan. However, Randy received a shoulder injury in highschool that even though it had healed by the time he entered college, prevented him from competing successfuly. So Randy majored in Accounting because he saw it as a lucrative field and worked in restaurants until he graduated. At graduation, Randy had a degree, experience, but still no real ideal of what he wanted to do with the rest of his life.
He placed his resume on Monster and CareerBuilder which were fairly new websites at that time and was contacted by Connie, a recruiter for USHealth Group. He was reluctant at first. However, Randy’s drive for success kicked in and he again looked to available heroes to guide him in this career. Randy looked to an experienced agent as a mentor and was very impressed when his mentor explained that this company, USHealth, did not stress sales. It stressed treating people with care and concern. This philosophy is further expressed in USHealth’s mission statement which is HOPE. HOPE is an acronym for Help Other People Everyday. Learn more at linkedin.com about US Health Group.
USHealth Group is a Fort Worth, Texas based insurance agency. This agency provides Life, Specified Disease/Sickness, Accident and Disability Insurance plans. This is wonderful in itself. However what sets USHealth Group apart from other insurance agencies is their dedication to service. Under the leadership of President Troy McQuagge, US Health has rebuilt homes for Hurricane Katrina victims and donated $70,000 to HOPEKids Arizona. HOPEKids is a non-profit agency that assists childhood cancer victims and their families. USHealth also made substantial donations to The Crisis Nursery. The Crisis Nursery is a non-profit children’s shelter serving the Phoenix/Scottsdale metropolitan area.
Randy is currently USHealth’sSatelite Division Leader and one of their top producers.