Funny Jokes – Life Insurance

Funny Jokes – Life Insurance

A life insurance agent named Michael was the top
seller with his company for the sixth year and was
about to retire.
His best friend Scott went out with him for their
last drink on company time.
Scott said, “Mike old boy, I’ve asked you the same
question for the last six years, and you’ve always
refused to answer. Now that you’re retiring, why not
tell me your secret of how you sell so many life
policies.”
“You’re right, Scott — I do have a secret, and I
can’t think of a better person to tell it to.”
Rather excited, Scott blurted, “Well, what is it?”
Michael slowly lit his pipe and puffed on it until
it was drawing good. He then put his face close to
Scott’s and started his tale.
“First, when I’m telling him all the benefits about
the policy, and how he should understand that it is
his obligation to his family to protect them…”
“Yes, Mike, we all do that,” interjected Scott,
“there’s nothing new that you’re telling me…”
“Don’t be so anxious, Scott — let me tell you in my
own way.”
“Sorry, Mike…”
Mike’s voice became lower so that Scott had to strain
his ears to hear above the bar noise. Then he
continued.
“Now, all during my sales pitch I interrupt to ask
the client if he feels OK. When he says ‘yes,’ I look
at him kinda funny, but I continue on — stopping
every few minutes to either look intently at him or
ask him if he would like a glass of water or
something.”
“That sounds like an interesting approach,” mutters
Scott. “Does it usually end up in a sale?”
“To be honest with you, not very often,” answers
Mike. “But the next step works almost every time.”
“For God’s sake, Mike, stop playing with me. What is
the next step?”
“Well, next I say ‘Don’t let me frighten you into
making a hasty decision. Sleep on it tonight. IF you
wake in the morning, give me a call then and let me
know.'”

Insurance Jokes

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