Randy’s journey to USHEALTH Group

People refer to the current days a season of miracles. However, one needs to understand that it is impossible for one to claim a season of miracles as they occur each moment every day. Seeing a miracle inspires people, but for them to change they have to realize that they are a miracle. Seeing the miracle in one’s own heart when no one else can see transforms changes the miracle season into a life that becomes one’s story.

Randy was doing well in baseball during his time at Anderson Shiro High School in Anderson, Texas until he had a shoulder injury. After a successful surgery, he joined the team at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas but his shoulder could not handle the stress. His dream in baseball was over, as he had become more of a liability to the team. Randy decided to make it big in a different field. Randy tried various jobs including working as a bartender in college and saved up to about $2,000 by the time of his graduation. Check this article at Bloomberg.com to know more about USHealth Group

After putting his resume on two websites, Randy received an offer to work in Round Rock, Texas for Connie, a woman whose business was selling insurance. After a period of struggling with the occupation, Randy went to one of the people making huge numbers in his division and asked him to be his role model. Randy learned from his role model to protect lives instead of trying to be an insurance salesperson. In 2012, Randy made a move to USHEALTH Advisors; here he serves as a Satellite Division Leader.

USHEALTH Advisors is a national health insurance distribution branch of USHEALTH Group, Inc., an organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of people. USHEALTH Group runs a foundation, HOPE (Helping Other People Everyday). The aim of the foundation is giving back to the community. The first project of HOPE was rebuilding homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in partnership with other organizations. In 2011, through HOPE, USHA provided shoes, clothing, baby formula and other necessities to The Crisis Nursery. During the return to Phoenix in 2012 for a Leaders Meeting, USHEALTH Advisors presented a more than $25,000 check to HOPEKids Arizona. Learn more:https://www.indeed.com/cmp/US-Health-Group

 

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