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What To Do When Your Term Insurance Renewal Rate Spikes

There’s a good chance that when you first purchased a term insurance policy, you were focused on finding a low-cost…
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Life Insurance for the Walking Wounded: People With PTSD

People with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are among the walking wounded. They have been through a lot. They are…
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I’m Healthy Now! Should I Reshop My Life Insurance?

Yes, you should. You have nothing to lose! I get asked this question a lot by clients who originally bought life insurance when they were dealing with a serious illness. Hepatitis. Diabetes. Heart disease. Recent cancer. But that was ten…
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Breast Cancer: A Life Insurance Deal…Maker?

Some people have a tough time getting life insurance. This is especially true of people with a cancer history. Women with a history of breast cancer can sometimes feel it’s almost impossible to get a policy. But the good news…
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How Not to Play God With Your Clients

We live in a culture marked by striving and entitlement. Sometimes those qualities are positive as they help us reach our goals and achieve great things. But getting what you want in business – and life in general – should…
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How Not to Play God With Your Employees

In our last article, we talked about not pretending that you own your clients. You do this by treating them as the freethinking individuals that they are and not taking them for granted. This ensures that they do business with…
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How Not To Play God In Your Profession

When you are in a position of authority and hold significant amounts of knowledge and experience, it’s not a big step to start taking advantage of your power and playing God. In previous articles in this series, we discussed the…
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How Not To Play God With Your Kids

In this series so far, we have discussed the importance of not playing God in business situations – with your clients, with your employees, and in your profession. But this tendency to play God isn’t limited to the career world;…
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Honoring Your Parents: Accepting the Death of a Loved One

When someone close to us dies, it turns our world upside down. Whether it’s a friend, a coworker, or a…
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Honoring Your Parents: Is it Wrong to Want to Die?

What would you do if somebody told you they wanted to die? After the initial shock, your response would greatly…
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