Maddie Beadle, on July 16, 2018
Emma Flick, on January 22, 2018
Using the internet to engage with potential customers and sell products is a must in today’s digital society. But figuring out how to do so in the most effective way possible can be overwhelming.
Noah Clayton, on March 20, 2017
Insurance is an emotional topic. Safety, certainty, control, agitation, frustration, and fear are only a few of the many feelings people experience while figuring out if they need insurance.
Randee Portteus, on July 11, 2014
Smartphones have made life easier in a number of ways. Applying the use of mobile apps to your job can increase your productivity and knowledge, as well as enhance communication with potential customers. Here are a few mobile apps that can make your life easier as an insurance agent.
Many businessmen and women travel on a weekly basis. This means connecting flights, layovers, and trying to stuff luggage in a tiny overhead storage compartment. This means flights with young children, people who talk to you while you are trying to sleep or work, and flights with lots of turbulence. Luckily, becoming a frequent flier makes any flight more bearable. Whether you join the club of a specific airline or choose a credit card that provides you with perks, here are a few benefits of being a frequent flier.
MikeWatts, on December 12, 2013
Being a new employee in any office or job is intimidating. As a supervisor, manager, or boss, it is part of your job to help new employees acclimate to the culture and environment of your office. You help set the tone of the entire office, and this new hire is relying on you for support and guidance.
Onboarding a new hire can be difficult. Here are helpful tips on helping new employees acclimate to your work culture.
Meeting a new client for the first time can be an intimidating experience. Regardless of how long you have been working in sales where meeting with clients is the norm, you probably still get a little nervous right before a big, new meeting. To calm your nerves, you should keep in mind that both you and the client want the meeting to work favorably for both parties—this is why you got in touch in the first place. Your first impression is still crucial, of course, since behavior can potentially make or break a deal. Your new client meetings can happen in a variety of different settings that can affect both your behavior as well as the client’s, so you’ll need to be able to make a good first impression no matter the situation. Here are a few ways in which you should act in different settings.