Mar 13, 2018
Matt Dietz is a Farmers Insurance agent and the owner of the Dietz Agency, a full-service agency that currently has over 4,000 policies and two full-time licensed employees. His agency offers a variety of insurance coverages including personal, home, auto, commercial, and life and health lines. He also hosts two insurance related podcasts: None of My Business, where he interviews guests and experts, and Simply Explaining Insurance, a one-man show where he discusses some of the more personal aspects of insurance.
In this episode, Matt shares the wisdom he’s learned in trying to scale his business and explains why bigger is not always better when it comes to running an efficient agency. He shares his poor experiences in scaling his business, why it failed, and his takeaway. He also explains how he runs his agency, his qualifications for hiring employees, and a few of his marketing techniques on social media.
“The caliber of the person you hire will dictate how much work you can do and how much business you can write.” – Matt Dietz
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