Randy Hildebrandt was a shoo-in for the big leagues. He was a star pitcher at Anderson Shiro High School in Anderson, Texas, until he blew out his shoulder. After surgery, he was able to play college ball until ultimately his injury put an end to his pitching career.
Now, Randy, like many college students, was forced to decide on what he would spend the rest of his life doing and, unfortunately his choice was a big disappointment. He hated it. After posting his resume on job boards, he was contacted by a potential employer who wanted him to sell insurance. He turned her down on numerous occasions, but eventually caved and agreed to attend the interview. He drove over 200 miles to an interview where he and 8 others sat in a room while a company rep gave an overview of the position. During the interview Randy heard the door open and close, but paid no attention until the rep stopped his speech. Randy looked around and to his surprise, he was the only person left in the room. He looked at the rep and said, “If I’m the only one left, then I guess I got the job?” Read:https://www.yellowpages.com/memphis-tn/mip/ushealth-advisors-506451180
Ultimately, Randy did get the job. He went through the training and after 6 months still had no idea how or what he was doing; he was ready to give up. Then, he decided to do what he did in baseball, watch the pros; watch the guys making the most sales. Randy asked one of these guys to mentor him, and he did. His mentor made him promise to give him 12 months, so for twelve months Randy watched, listened and learned. He listened to his mentor talk to his clients. His mentor listened to their needs. He helped them find what they needed, he didn’t try to sell them something they didn’t need, but instead he helped them select something they did need. Randy learned he didn’t need to be a salesman, but needed to be compassionate and listen to his clients.
Eventually, after speaking with USHEALTH Advisors CEO, Troy McQuagge, Randy made the move to USHEALTH Advisors where he is now a Satellite Division Leader.
USHEALTH Advisors has helped Randy to help others. With their HOPE (Helping Other People Everyday) program, USHEALTH Advisors tries to make a positive difference in the lives of others. HOPE volunteers were there to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, they donate to local communities and charities and have made sure to have boots on the ground to assist with Wounded Warrior projects. According to USHEALTH Advisor’s Chief Marketing Officer, not only does USHEALTH believe that helping and serving others is a corporate responsibility but, it is also his personal mission!
Now, married and two kids later, Randy is a top producer for USHEALTH Advisors. He is proud of the choices he made and is confident his ultimate career choice and move to USHEALTH Advisors has helped him find his true path in life. He is a God-loving person and uses his faith to assist him with his job. He tries to live his life by, “doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Follow USHealth Advisor on Twitter