Justin Hermann is a member of the Board of Directors in a $55 million insurance agency. He has unprecedentedly made it big in only three years. Hermann made his way to become one of the top 5 sales producers just three months into the insurance industry, having no prior experience. Three years down the line, he earns a monthly income of more than he used to make a year in his construction job. He has an impeccable work ethic and a strong temperament that has kept him consistently and rapidly growing personally, professionally, and spiritually.
Justin Hermann’s Background
Justin is the eldest in a family of 4 siblings who were raised by competitive parents. As a teenager, he juggled different jobs from the age of 12. Hermann started as a vendor stocker and worked in a retail store, playing hockey, juggling summer jobs, working in construction, and serving tables. He made himself an icon to his family and friends at a young age, and people would ask how he does it, outdoing the advice of “it’s not yet time”.
He graduated from ASU with a degree in construction management in 2016. His optimism and faith led him to set a goal of earning a 6-figure income one year out of school. He started his career with leading technical builders as a project engineer, which got him almost ¾ the way to his goal. He then went into stocks, Amazon, Craigslist gigs, real estate, and unintentionally into insurance. He ultimately earned the 6-figure income in his first year in an industry he had never trained for, insurance.
How Justin Hermann Consistently Grows in Life and Business
- Setting New Goals in Cases of Burnouts
Feeling overwhelmed is standard in every determined and hardworking person. In such cases, Justin Hermann sets new workable goals. According to him, burnouts happen when you are not on a mission to create. It is also advisable to set daily achievable goals that will build up to the end goal. You could create a morning routine to get you off your wake-up thoughts to put you in a creative mode. You could also go about your day on a schedule to focus on your strong points and avoid time suckers. This tip is an excellent way of becoming productive.
- Making Time for Personal Development
Working hard does not mean wearing yourself out with work, day in, day out. We need to respect that our bodies need rest and care. We need to have overall wellbeing (physically, spiritually, mentally) for our bodies to act professionally. If you want to see results, ensure your body is in the right state to work for those outcomes. Justin Hermann goes to the gym, sets time aside for his spouse, family, spiritual needs, and trips.
- Focusing on Getting Better.
People face challenges from time to time, but instead of getting frustrated with the obstacles, you need to focus on getting better as it is with Justin Hermann. Some of the options for getting better include setting new goals, personal development, having faith, and getting out of your comfort zone.
Justin works on the above attitude and virtues which are incredibly climbing him up the ladder in his profession. What makes him different is his consistency and utilizing all his learned technical skills and time-honed soft skills to help people. Follow him on Instagram here.