I’ve always been told that “you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” As we embark on another February celebration of Black History, my first urge is that we don’t forget about the past when March hits. Black History is all around us from January to December, so let’s take this time to reflect on how life would be if this weren’t the case. (more…)
NeAndre focuses on recruiting, educating, and motivating independent agencies and their respective agents about National Life’s solutions and programs. As a Key Account Representative with ten years of industry experience, he specializes in life insurance concepts for business owners and retirement planning strategies. An engaging presenter, NeAndre is well known for effectively outlining complicated advanced sales concepts into easy-to-understand stories that help agents offer them to clients.
A true believer in the Do Good value of National Life, NeAndre is the founder of a social organization focused on changing the Black male narrative called Black Menswear and a co-founder of National Life’s initiative B.U.I.L.D., Blacks Uplifted in Leadership Development (launching early 2021). NeAndre is also a very involved community member, frequently volunteering and creating change for the next generation. He’s a Southern Methodist University graduate, and he enjoys playing, watching, and coaching sports. He is based in Dallas, TX, where he lives with his wife and two sons.
Recent Grad Guide: How to Dress for the Office
Your hard work and years of education have finally paid off! You received your first job offer and happily signed the dotted line to become a part of the “Real World.” Now that you are ready to begin your career, keep in mind that you should look the part. When it comes to dressing for the workplace, there are typically three style personas: The Classic, The Trendsetter, The Blissfully Ignorant.
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An Agent With A Cause
Wouldn’t life be more pleasant if it was as easy to balance as a Libra scale? Home and work, two sides, you put the same amount into one as you do into the other and there’s perfect balance. That doesn’t sound correct, even in the perfect world. Try adding a new baby to that equation. Life is full of options and choices that affect how we balance and manage our time. I’ve found that the best way to add some sort of stability is to break it down into three steps: prioritize, compromise, and improvise.