Randy Hildebrandt was one of the best baseball pitchers in his High School. He had dreams of going into the Major Leagues. Everyone who saw him on the mound had no doubt of his chances for success. He received a number of looks by talent scouts, and seemed to be close to attaining what he had wanted since he was a kid.
The physical strain of the sport soon caught up with Ryan. He blew out his shoulder in his senior year, and with that his dream of becoming a professional came to end. Ryan nevertheless still wanted a great life. He wanted to do something big, so he enrolled in Texas A&M and looked forward to a career in business. View more USHealth Advisors Careers and Jobs at monster.com
After graduating from college, he got a job as an insurance salesman. It was not a job he embraced immediately. Indeed, it took a great deal of persuasion on the part of the recruiter to get him to interview for the job. Ryan eventually made the 200-mile drive to see what the job was all about. This experience still did not endear the profession to him. But after additional encouragement and help by company mentors he became one of the best sales executive in the company.
What changed? After observing one of his mentors over a period of time, Ryan came to see that the job of selling insurance was not about selling at all. His aim instead was to help people get the protection and security they need for themselves and their families. Read more on yelp.com about USHealth Advisors West Texas
In 2012, Ryan went over to USHEALTH Group. It was a leap of faith. Ryan was doing pretty well at the insurance company that originally hired him, and he did not know what would happen at this new company. But after speaking to USHEALTH Group CEO Troy McQuagge, his mind was put at ease. He knew he would be joining a company that was as passionate about helping people as he was.
USHEALTH Group is one of the largest insurance providers in the country. But its real value and success lies in its commitment to making a concrete difference in communities across the nation. To this end, it has established the Helping Other People Everyday (HOPE) program. Through this program, USHEALTH employees have helped re-build homes in New Orleans and given thousands of dollars to local charities that help sick and indigent children. More information can be found at https://ushealthgroup.com.