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Don't skip the basics.

Updated: Aug 31, 2021

Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Venus and Serena Williams, Tom Brady, Kobe Bryant, Ray Lewis, Jerry Rice...when you hear these names you think of some of the most successful athletes of all time.

What else are they known for? They are known for their incredible work ethic, going above and beyond their peers in working hard and constantly working on their basic fundamentals. This is what made them some of the greatest of all time.


The same is true in the insurance industry. No matter how professional we think we've become, or how experienced we are, we can't forget the basics. We've got to continually hone our presentation skills and continue in the pursuit of product and industry knowledge and education.


So, during this pre-AEP, while studying and taking your 2022 MA/PDP certification exams, if allowed, don't skip over the basics. Review and study them. By working on the fundamentals of our industry, studying your products, and continually honing your skills, you'll find yourselves rising above the competition.


If this type of dedication describes you, and you qualify, we want you to join our family of professionals by becoming a Certified Medicare Insurance Planner™- CMIP®. The professional designation for MAPD/PDP producing agents.


Give your clients the peace of mind knowing their agent is qualified to help them make the right decisions. Give them the CMIP®, "K.E.E." difference...Knowledge, Experience, Ethics.


To our current CMIPs, CMISs, and CMIRs, thank you for your dedication to excellence!


Kevin Firth - President

Certified Medicare Insurance Planner™, DBA

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