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YOU MIGHT HAVE WORKED AT AIL IF.
You called and booked a resume entitled stew chef and you actually convinced yourself that they might be good for the job.
You got paid less than 100 dollars for the week and you worked 80 hours, but you believed your SGA when he said, that you didn't do what it takes.
You spent more in gas, cigarettes, and lunch than your actual paycheck.
You sold a policy even when you knew they were going to cancel only because the electric company was going to shut off your lights if you didn't make an advance this week.
You asked someone what meds are you on, and they told you that they were on Lipator for high cholesterol, you said We don't even write that down, everyone's on Lipator.
You actually considered swabbing the dog for a non-smoker rate.
You have actually grown a custom to receiving dirt for pay, that when you get paid 500 bucks, you think that you hit the lottery.
Success is just around the corner.
You've called the same union member so many times you actually know his answering machine by heart.
It's 9 o'clock at night on Monday and your actually calling people (with children) to ask them if you can deliver their no-cost benefits to them tomorrow.
It's 7 o'clock in the morning on Tues and your actually back in the office 9 hours later calling resumes. (Don't be late)
You have to convince your client that they don't need a $500,000 policy because you can only sell them 250.
You have to convince them that a 4 year term is the way to go because that is the only term that you have that isn't 10x more expensive than any other company.
You thought that AIL paid for your health coverage.
You thought that an MGA made money.
You know who John Maxwell is.
You have been embarrassed to say that AIL is out of Waco, you instead you tell them Dallas.
Phil the insurance doctor
warwick, Rhode Island