How to Put Out Fires for Your Clients, the Easy Way
Sometimes a forest needs a fire. When the old debris gets cleared away, new trees have a chance to grow strong. Sometimes businesses need some turnover. Unproductive employees can be replaced with productive ones.
What A Children's Book Can Teach You about Your Clients' Business
When I was a child I took what I like to call a rudimentary introductory course on applied logic. That is to say, I read one of my all-time favorite books: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.
If You Offer It, They Will Come
Getting the right benefits package isn’t a problem for those who can spend big bucks—you have all the plans and packages a wealthy businessman could ever want.
How to Stop Giving Your Clients Surprises they Hate
In the world of insurance, nobody likes the unexpected. Surprises are never a good thing. Can I keep my clients from being unpleasantly surprised by changing costs?
How to Nail First Impressions: Advice from Apple Guru
First impressions are one of the most important and enduring interactions we experience when starting new relationships. This study showed that people decide on your trustworthiness in a tenth of a second.
Are You at Risk for Heart Disease? Your Teeth Could Be the Answer
Your teeth are a window into your overall health. Many of the risky behaviors that contribute to poor health also contribute to poor oral health. Because of this, making healthy decisions improves your teeth as well as your overall health.