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How 75 Hard Can Change Your Insurance Agency with Stacy Cholas From Foothills Insurance

Posted on October 6, 2021 by Camille Maraguinot

How 75 Hard Can Change Your Insurance Agency with Stacy Cholas From Foothills Insurance

In this episode of the Ridiculously Amazing Insurance Agent podcast, host Kelly Donahue-Piro interviews Stacy Cholas, Owner of Foothills Insurance Agency. Stacy gives us the lowdown on what the heck 75 Hard is and why it can fit into any lifestyle. Also, find out why Kelly is dead set on merging the two worlds of 75 Hard and Insurance. Listen along!


Episode Highlights:

    • Stacy discusses her background and what she does now. (2:46)
    • Stacy explains how she heard about the 75 Hard challenge and how long she thought about undertaking it. (6:09)
    • What can Stacy say to those who believe that making it with 75 is impossible? (13:30)
    • Kelly and Stacy discuss how the 75 Hard challenge helped them stop their drinking habit. (17:56)
    • Stacy notes that her team started sending handwritten thank you cards to their clients, and it has made a huge impact. (24:03)
    • How did Stacy deal with the visualization part of the challenge? (32:48)
    • What are Stacy’s top three helpful tips for an insurance agent considering doing 75 Hard? (40:42)
  • Kelly shares her key takeaways from the challenge. (43:50)
  • Stacy shares what happened on the final day of her 75 Hard challenge. (46:21)


Key Quotes:

  • “Don’t hesitate, just do it. Pull the trigger and just start quickly, do it quickly, and pick whatever nutrition that works for what you need.” – Stacy Cholas
  • “The other big takeaway from the program was just learning how to cut through the crap and get things done. You have to get things done. You don’t have time to waste, it’s not a luxury that should be wasted.” – Stacy Cholas
  • “If you fail, start over. Don’t wait a week, don’t give yourself a few days off, start over the next day…you’ve got to get right back to it” – Stacy Cholas


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