Has technology gone to the dogs?
During the month of February, the most famous dog show in the world takes place at the Westminster Kennel Club. I’m sure you’ve seen it on TV or heard about it on the news. One of the judging criteria is called “Best of Breed,” where an animal is judged as the best in its breed category.Read More
The research is in. Scientists say watching cute animal videos reduces stress and allows you to become more relaxed. Less stress and more relaxation is always a good thing. Sadly, there’s bad news associated with the good.Read More
You got your spouse to say “I do.” You’ve even got your kids to eat their vegetables. It’s obvious you have some skills at the art of persuasion. So, when you want to hear "yes" from your commercial lines manager, whether it's permission to take more training or the go-ahead on ordering a new computer or software, here’s how to maximize your chances by following these four tips.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who portrayed First Officer Spock in the series Star Trek passed away two years ago on February 27th. As a tribute, I ‘d like to share five famous quotes made by Spock, also known as “Spock-isms,” that influence my thoughts on commercial lines processes and workflows.Read More
You’ve fallen into that “CSR slump” and you’re not quite sure when it happened or how. Everyday it’s the same old thing: Answer the phone, type a pink card, issue a binder, request an endorsement, abeyance and repeat. Then repeat once more. The song, “The Thrill is Gone” has become an earworm.Read More
According to millenialmarketing.com, millennials are 2.5 times more likely to be an early adopter of technology than other generations. Being a millennial myself, allow me to speak on our behalf when I say, “that’s how we’ve always done things” is a business acumen we do not subscribe to. And here’s why.Read More
Paper cuts – the tiniest, most horrific injury that you don’t even get sympathy for.
I didn’t really appreciate the true pain of these little beasts until I found myself working at an insurance brokerage that used a drop filing system to store all client folders. From carbon paper to manila folders, these stationery assaults came fierce and frequent. There’d been a few intense filing days where I’d left the office sporting up to 3 band aids – I even started buying fun superhero ones to bring some entertainment to the situation.Read More