- From Katrina to Chairman’s Circle
- Overcoming Fear / Overcoming Resistance – career-stealers
- Old School Goal Setting: Just because an idea is old, it doesn’t mean it’s outdated
- Shrimp Net Selling: The Origin of Sales
- What Your Team Members Want
- Too Many Referrals to Get To
- Mind Bundling vs. Mind Boggling / Can a disorganized person recover from the clutter?
- Deforestation: Trimming Your Shadow Makers aka Overshadowed
Marvin LeBlanc, LUTCF (Life Underwriting Training Council Fellow), CNP (Certified Networking Professional), is built around an ongoing active engagement in the insurance and financial services industry.
He speaks on those and other experiences, and can thus connect with his audiences with real life stories.
He seeks to share his insights about three areas of interest:
1) Overcoming Adversity and Fear
2) Referral Generation
3) Best-kept Secrets of Growing Your Business
A full-blooded Cajun boy from a small south Louisiana town known as Duplessis, a few miles from Baton Rouge.
Marvin became a “commission only insurance agent,” and has been “eating what he kills” for many years as a passionate, full-time, fully engaged, overly optimistic insurance agent.
He, along with many others, experienced a life-defining, life-altering event on August 29, 2005 when Hurricane Katrina damaged all 27,000 homes in Louisiana’s St. Bernard Parish:
Recognized as an “honored citizen” of St. Bernard parish and given the “keys to the city” for his community involvement in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Marvin was never one to be in politics or put election signs up, never one to even attend parish government council meetings.
But he was drawn to action, and he became one of the charter members of the St. Bernard Citizens Recovery Commission.
Today, Marvin is called upon to bring not only wisdom and insight gained from his years in the insurance and finance industries, but also to empower others through his unique sharing of lessons and techniques from years of corporate and leadership training and motivational programs.
Marvin brings a passionate presence to his presentation, one that has not been doused but rather has been doubled in the process of overcoming adversity after Hurricane Katrina.
Because of his life long pursuit of personal growth and development, it will come as no surprise that Marvin is a member of several study groups which include a global leadership organization for chief executives, as pivotal in bringing his business to the next level.
Marvin brings the innovative thinking and a host of new ideas to speaking engagements, inspiring participants and encouraging passionate living.
“If all other things are equal, a passionate person will outperform someone less passionate, because the passionate person attracts more people to them on a day to day basis.” Marvin LeBlanc, LUTCF, CNP