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Sabrina Lloyd would like to pay Eric Giglione a tribute for allowing her the opportunity to grow a great legacy with american income. Eric is a very successful state director in NJ who leaves a great legacy by making others successful. Below are his blog video’s. Take a look!

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Carrying On The Legacy – Kimberly Correa

Kimberly Correa grew up in NYC, with hard working parents who taught her to have a strong work ethic. Throughout Kimberly’s education, she was given the advice by her teachers to know what she would like to be when she becomes an adult; and go to college to get her degree to do so. As an adult, a lesson she has learned is to think differently to excel in life and achieve the type of freedom she desires. She doesn’t believe children grow up wanting a job; as teenagers we dream of what type of luxury cars, homes, and vacations we want to have…most jobs do not allow for those types of luxuries. She believes in education; just not the type of education that puts us into a lifetime of debt to get a job that will not pay enough to pay our student loans. She knows we have the power to change our mind set, get financially educated, and choose business strategies to achieve the level of freedom we dream of. With all of that said, she indeed went to college for a Hotel Management degree, worked for the Ritz-Carlton for five years, and loved it! However, after some time, she realized there was always going to be a cap on how much money she made and started to long for something more. That is when she read Robert Kiyosaki’s “Unfair Advantage;” which was the catalyst to her present thought process. A year after reading that book, she is working towards earned, passive, and residual income through multiple streams. She has started an ATM business with her partner, she has an independent business that delves in the deregulation of energy, and also invests in Real Estate. This is just her very beginning, and she can’t wait to see who she becomes in her future.

What Kind Of Legacy Are You Leaving? – Leslie Correa

With more than 30 years on the leading edge of hair design, Leslie Correa knows the value of reinvention and creative evolution and his savvy clientele rely on him to perfect their total look through polished styles that enhance the hair’s natural beauty.

Nationally recognized, with media coverage in Modern Salon, Cosmo Latina, Daily News and New York Times, Leslie is a sought out freelance artist for film and fashion, including New York Fashion Week for J. Mendel, Proenza Schuler, Monique Lhuillier. His celebrity clientele includes Ryan Phillipe, Ivanka Trump, Olivia Newton-John. A skilled colorist and widely regarded expert in hair straightening, his is also a specialist in Japanese straightener, Brazilian keratin treatment, and hair extensions. Leslie’s 5th Avenue Salon provides the ideal showcase for superior artistry in hair.

Fred Hadayia, State General Agent of Pennsylvania and Delaware

If Fred Hadayia, State General Agent of Pennsylvania and Delaware, could go back and start his career all over, he would have started sooner. Fred started in the insurance business in 1973 and has been in sales ever since.

Three things drew Fred to American Income Life. Third-party endorsed leads, unlimited advancement opportunity, and renewals for the life of the policy. “I would advise prospective Agents to buckle their seat belts and prepare themselves for the ride of a lifetime.  There are all kinds of jobs out there but none of them can provide the income and the opportunity for advancement that AIL offers.”

The most rewarding part of being a representative of American Income Life is helping Agents achieve their goals while achieving your own. Fred knew AIL was the right career choice when he received his first check and realized he truly had control of his family’s security.

Fred has been a Founders Club Member and has been an Executive Council Member three times.


Fred Hadayia, State General Agent of Pennsylvania and Delaware

If Fred Hadayia, State General Agent of Pennsylvania and Delaware, could go back and start his career all over, he would have started sooner. Fred started in the insurance business in 1973 and has been in sales ever since.

Three things drew Fred to American Income Life. Third-party endorsed leads, unlimited advancement opportunity, and renewals for the life of the policy. “I would advise prospective Agents to buckle their seat belts and prepare themselves for the ride of a lifetime.  There are all kinds of jobs out there but none of them can provide the income and the opportunity for advancement that AIL offers.”

The most rewarding part of being a representative of American Income Life is helping Agents achieve their goals while achieving your own. Fred knew AIL was the right career choice when he received his first check and realized he truly had control of his family’s security.

Fred has been a Founders Club Member and has been an Executive Council Member three times.

Simon Arias, State General Agent in Pittsburgh

Simon Arias was born in Youngstown, Ohio. He played football at Youngstown-Ursuline where he led his team to a state championship as team captain his senior year. Simon received a scholarship to play football at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania where he was again voted team captain. Simon took the leadership skills he developed over the years on the football field and was hired by the Surace-Smith Agencies in Ohio after obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree. Simon excelled and very quickly moved to a top level management position in the organization- becoming a Regional General Agent within his first year.

Simon worked closely alongside the State General Agents in Ohio, Jim Surace and Marcus Smith, as Regional Director of Sales for the agency and as a key figure in expansion efforts. The results he got helped him surface as one of the top leaders in the company. In 2008, Simon accepted a promotion and the challenge of being the State General Agent in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the age of 24. He excelled as a State General Agent and has won his category numerous times breaking all of the production records for his territory.

Simon has subsequently expanded into West Virginia and Maryland and currently operates 9 offices. Simon is on the company’s Executive Council which dictates the direction of the company internationally; he is viewed as a mentor to many of the top leaders in the company, and for the year 2011 Simon was chosen as the SGA of the year- the highest honor an SGA can receive.

Simon believes that if you aren’t getting enough you aren’t giving enough. His agency gives back to the community through charitable donations, volunteer work, and through food banks and turkey drives that he facilitates. Simon constantly looks for ways to enrich and better the lives of others and if you ask his team they will tell you that giving as much as possible to as many people as possible is at the heart of his mission.

Growing up in a tough neighborhood for much of his life, Simon knew what it meant to have good role models like his mother, Chrissy, who serves as the operations manager for his agency. He has taken it upon himself to seek out and find young people to mentor and impact- especially at-risk youth. In his spare time Simon enjoys travelling, visiting with family, working out, and is a student of jiu jitsu and mixed martial arts.

At 28 years old, Simon believes he’s just getting started with fulfilling the mission God has for him.

Tone Munro

It was in the weeks leading up to 2011 that Tone told her Regional Manager, Norm Sellen, she intented to set a new sales record — so she did the math.

Tone says matter-of-factly that there’s really no secret to her success. “Just set your target and keep heading toward it.” Tone set her target and calculated exactly what it would take each day, each week and each month to hit it.

”Someone once told me that ‘no’ is the first two letters of ‘nothing’. It’s nothing. You can’t stop and dig a hole when you reach a rough spot. It just gets deeper, doesn’t it? You have to get past it and keep going.”

The next several months for Tone was a whirlwind of early mornings, late nights, and countless appointments squeezed in the middle. On top of all that, she remained committed to her goal, refusing to live by any previous boundries or limitations. What may not be suprising is Tone ended up breaking the record. More suprising, however, is this: she did it with three months to spare, leaving the final quarter of her year as time to pad her already unmatched legacy with AIL.

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