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In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck are joined by Crystal Ware. David, Kyle, and Crystal share insight into the power and importance of having more women in the insurance industry. 

Episode Highlights:

  • David shares insights about earning a great weekend. (1:26)
  • David discusses how things are when he is not at work. (4:17)
  • Crystal explains why there are so few women working in the insurance industry. (10:11)
  • David explores the issue of women and minorities working as producers in the insurance industry. (16:31)
  • Crystal explains how she overcame adversity to get her dream job. (19:26)
  • David tells a story about his time at the St. Louis airport. (22:36)
  • David went into detail about how he chose The Protégé. (24:42)
  • Crystal responds to the question of who is the best teacher and who is more patient in her household. (28:26)
  • Female success in the sector is highlighted by David and Crystal. (29:30)
  • David summarizes the importance of minority and female producers to be part of the industry. (31:54)

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “Ladies, just stand up and raise your hand. And don’t be afraid to say I’m going to give this a whirl and seek out mentors, seek out people to help shepherd you and say, “This is what I want to do.” Honestly, that’s what I’ve done throughout my career.” – Crystal Ware
  • “If your perspective is right, and you focus on the content that makes up the person, you know, whether they’re male or female is really kind of irrelevant.” – David Carothers
  • “I want to run a show where those people will feel comfortable to apply because they have the right skill set and the drive to achieve it.” – David Carothers

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