The Other Side of Luke Rother
What Drew You to Working with Axiom?
“I met the team while working on a case at my previous firm and really enjoyed the experience. I was especially impressed with the vision the leadership has for Axiom. They operate with an abundance mindset and want everyone working in their own strengths. I was really drawn to having a team of leaders who are so cognizant of the importance of that.”
What’s Something You’d Like More People to Know About Life Insurance?
“There are a lot of different uses for life insurance. Many people have a pre-conceived notion that its only use is for death benefits. However, there are ways it can be used to enhance retirement income, pass down assets to the next generation or even help pay taxes.”
What Do You Find Most Rewarding About Your Work?
“I love building relationships, learning about people, asking questions. You see people’s vulnerabilities big time when you’re working with them on their finances. You’re talking about subjects they generally don’t like to talk about—things like money, death. I strive to make clients feel comfortable when discussing these topics.”
Do You Have Any Future Work Goal?
“I’d like to see Axiom Insurance Solutions grow to become a trusted voice in the community when it comes to life insurance. I look forward to helping attorneys and CPAs in town who have clients with policies they’re not sure what to do with. We want them to come to Axiom and let us help them figure that out.”
What Would You Be Doing If You Weren’t in This Field?
“I studied psychology in college and thought I was going to be a therapist or counselor. I even began working toward my Masters in counseling. Even though I didn’t go in that area, I still find those skills valuable in the work I’m doing now.”
Do You Have Any Favorite Hobbies?
“I love to travel. When I was working with a nonprofit, I got to travel to a lot of remote places like Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, India, Niger and Uganda. We were supporting businesses in developing countries. It was such a unique opportunity—staying in the local villages and meeting the people. Their hospitality was amazing.”
What Are 3 Words to Describe You?
“Adventurous. Inquisitive. Trusting.”