Before joining Globe Life (Family Heritage) in 2011, Ryan Drysdale owned a small business and worked three jobs. Fortunately for Ryan, that improved dramatically when he found Family Heritage.
“I was enticed to join Globe Life because of the financial opportunity and the chance to run my own business again,” he says. “The most rewarding part of joining Family Heritage is the personal growth I’ve achieved while watching other people I bring into the business grow. I’m proud of being an American Patriot Team Leader, an annual award winner in sales, and a top recruiter,” he adds.
“If given the chance to start over with Family Heritage, I would start building my Agency from day one and start looking for people to grow with right away. If you’re considering a sales or leadership position with Globe Life, jump in head first and never look back. See the tremendous opportunity and run toward it. There aren’t many, if any, opportunities like this that allow and encourage you to become what you truly want to become,” emphasizes Ryan.
Ryan recognizes the value his Agency offers to his area in terms of career opportunities, economic impact, and service. “We offer people the opportunity to start fresh at any point in their life,” he says. “They can make it what they want it to be from then on through service to our clients, helping those with whom they work to grow, and receiving financial compensation for what they are worth. When a family goes through the most devastating time of its life, we can’t help them take away cancer, but we can help their money problems diminish or completely go away. When that person has less stress in their life, they are able to focus on getting better,” adds Ryan.
“Our Agency is active in the community. We work with the Food Bank and with a charity called ‘Homeless Not Helpless’, says Ryan. “I’m LDS and also spend a lot of time teaching at our church and serving there. I also served a two-year mission in Jamaica.”
“My wife, Cara, and I have been married for 14 years, and we have four beautiful children: Kaylee, twins Mathew and Maverick, and Kason. I love to bow hunt. And I love to bow hunt and shoot with my wife and kids. I live in central Missouri,” he adds, “and there’s not much there besides cows and corn! I spend a lot of time outdoors with the family. We have 40 acres about 10 minutes away, and we spend time out there hunting, fishing, and sitting by the campfire.”