A neighbor once told me that she had recently gone to the doctor and he described her as one of the skinniest, fat patients he had. I asked, “What the hell does THAT mean?”
Imagine taking three days off work to go see Hamilton in New York. The roundtrip airfare will likely set you back at least $600; two night’s hotel room at least that much; the ticket probably half again that much; and then add in meals and miscellaneous expenses and you are easily spending $2500 for the trip. And this is not even addressing the challenge of being out of the office. Now, what if you arrived only to find out the cast had decided that, instead of following a script and practicing, they were just going to “wing it”?
This article was originally published in HIU Magazine (Health Insurance Underwriter).
I know we are always looking for new ideas, yet, most of the time, we haven’t put the most basic ideas into practice.
We are all exposed to belief systems on many levels. There are beliefs that are held by our chosen governmental party, our religions, families, friends, and co-workers. For the most part, we choose to align ourselves with others who share the beliefs with which we agree and who promote what we consider the right actions.
LinkedIn has released a new tool, Social Selling Index, allowing users to analyze their online performance for social selling. In other words, how well are you taking advantage of the online resources available to you (for free) to build your credibility and your network?
How many of you grew up with the dream of getting into insurance?
Seem like a silly question? Of course you do what you know needs to be done. But really, think about it for a minute.
One of my great privileges is the opportunity to travel around the country and speak to various industry groups. It’s a privilege I take very seriously. It’s a privilege that I feel comes with great responsibility.