Randy Hildebrandt was born in Texas. While a student at Anderson Shiro High School, his ability to throw 92 mph fastballs brought him a lot of celebrity at a very young age.
While looking at a successful career in sports, he threw out his shoulder during his senior year. The surgery was a success and allowed him to get back to his baseball passion, making the team at Blinn College in Brenham, TX. Randy’s hopes were dashed when his shoulder gave out again, this time permanently.
He became an economics and business major and began taking work as a bartender and waiting tables. Looking to make his transition into the business world, Randy put his resume’ on Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com, not really knowing what to expect. Read more about USHealth Group at zocdoc.com
Out of the blue he got a call from a recruiter who thought that Randy would be perfect for an insurance sales job. Uncertain of his abilities and lack of experience, Randy debated with the hiring manager who eventually convinced him that he could do the job.
For a good part of his first year and without knowing anything about the industry he found himself employed, Randy drove 200 miles to attend his weekly company meetings.
Frustrated and on the verge of quitting, Randy’s coworker talked him into meeting with the company’s CEO, Troy McQuagge, who saw the potential in Randy, bringing him into USHEALTH Advisors, where Randy became a Satellite Division Leader. Today, Randy is one of the top leaders and performers at USHEALTH, a success he attributes to not losing hope, persevering against the odds, being willing to take risks and “learning from the big dogs [at USHEALTH].”
At USHealth Group staff, management and even independent contractors abide by the company’s H.O.P.E., Helping Other People Everyday, philosophy.
Community examples of USHealth Group’s fulfilling of their H.O.P.E. mission have been donating clothing, new shoes, baby formula and critical supplies to The Crisis Nursery. The firm came together to provide assistance to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, rebuilding many destroyed homes. USHealth Group has also generously contributed financially to support the families of children with cancer in Phoenix, Arizona.
Today, USHealth Group is 10 times the size it was when McQuagge joined. The Chief Marketing Officer, Brian Clarke attributes the company’s success to its soul, embodied in their H.O.P.E. values.
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