A few days ago, I met with Alexa Kropf, Senior Recruiting Specialist with Farmers’ Insurance. We chatted about various aspects of our respective businesses. I’ve encountered various insurance agents and recruiters through the years. I was not impressed with most of them. It is a very competitive industry and many new agents are not successful. […]
So many people of late have confided they are overwhelmed by the stimuli they encounter in their daily lives. They feel rushed, at loose ends, behind the 8-ball. They are caught up with their responsibilities to family, careers, church. They have confided they would like to learn meditation but find that difficult.
I don’t know about you, but I get often get swept up in the many distractions I allow into my life. The major offenders are my electronic gear: incoming emails, cell phone calls, television and radio programming, and music played on a cherished audio system. These distractions pull me away from important work, increase the […]
In my last post, I emphasized the first step in making our resolutions real is to have a plan. Putting together a well thought out plan strengthens your intention to change. In the process of creating a plan, you examine the thought and behavior patterns that have held you back in the past. Creating a […]