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In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Jeff Roy, the CEO of Excalibur Insurance Group. Jeff discusses everything we need to know about his company and his interest in having a virtual assistant.

Episode Highlights:

  • Jeff mentions that he’s a huge fan of the Killing Commercial. (12:42)
  • Jeff shares why they’re in the process of improving their commercial department. (15:25)
  • Jeff shares his background. (18:45)
  • Jeff mentions how the pandemic affected his business. (23:48)
  • Jeff mentions their phone system called  (27:56)
  • Jeff shares that they’re interested in hiring a virtual assistant. (28:46)
  • Jeff shares the significance of training people and looking at your process. (41:27)
  • Jeff mentions their smart speaker setup. (43:34)

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “I’m trying to build APIs and help get companies to open up their systems to connect and improve the industry. At the end of the day, my big why is to leave it better than I found it.” – Jeff Roy
  • “I write the songs, I read the scripts, the main thing is you’re doing it. People wait till everything’s perfect. When I get the perfect script and the perfect bark and I’m gonna launch, three years go by and they never get off the effing ground.” – Jeff Roy
  • “People a lot of times sit there and wait for fish to jump out of the water in their boat. You’re teaching people how to fish and that’s a big thing. It’s not luck. A lot of people have luck as a strategy, and you can’t scale luck.” – Jeff Roy

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