Many know USHealth to be one of the leaders in individual health coverage. What many may not know is the story behind the company and what it stands for. Companies are made up of people and each has a different story from how they made it, to who they are inside. Here is an example of one of those feel good stories.
Randy Hildebrandt was one of the top baseball players at Anderson Shiro High in Anderson, Texas. Posting a 92 mph fastball, many scouts began to take notice of this upcoming junior with the big arm. Sadly, the wave of interest faded away as Randy blew his shoulder out on the mound during his last year of high school. Rehabbed and healed up, Randy went on to play at Blinn College where tragedy would strike again.
With another major shoulder injury and considering what he had to fall back on, Randy made the choice to go to Texas A&M in the field of business and economics. Certainly not his first option, he had to deal with the fact that he chose a career based on expected success. Times sure were tough after graduation, with Randy having only $2000 dollars and his truck to his name. Learn more at linkedin.com about USHealth Advisor
In the early days of online applications, Randy filled out as many as he could. He finally was contacted for a job selling insurance, and made the 200 mile drive to check it out. Left as the only interviewee, he stuck with it and found a mentor whom he followed for 12 months. It sure paid off in the long run as Randy Hildebrandt became Satellite Divisions Leader for USHealth Advisors in 2012.
Not many would have stuck with the process after so much bad luck like Randy, but it clearly paid off. USHealth Advisors has created HOPE (Helping Other People Everyday) and their mission is that very acronym. In 2011 HOPE helped The Crisis Nursery with many items of clothing and shoes during a campaign. They continue to help many others until this day, and with stories like Ryan’s many more will understand that if you keep pushing, you will achieve your goals.