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Today's Key Question:
7-11 stores in Japan are now selling cancer insurance from vending machines, to promote contactless sales (see the article below from Insurance Forums.)
Would you feel comfortable buying any insurance that way?
"3 Kinds of Stories to Help Motivate and Inspire Your Team
You can't just tell people what to do; you have to also convince them."
* In difficult times, it's important to keep your team apprised of the facts. But the most effective leaders don't rely on facts alone. They use a time-tested tactic to keep people engaged, informed, and inspired: storytelling.
"Seven-Eleven to sell life insurance, but not in the U.S."
From Insurance Forums:
"According to a report in the Kyodo News, Seven-Eleven Japan Co. said Monday it will start selling life insurance at its over 20,000 outlets in Japan, the first such case at a convenience store, as the need for contactless sales grow due to the new coronavirus pandemic."
"Hiring and keeping rockstar employees"
* Finding the right employees can feel like a constant struggle. The hires you’re not crazy about end up staying while the great ones always seem to leave, causing you to wonder again and again, “Am I missing something or is this just the way it is to manage people?”
"Gundlach warns of white-collar layoffs as COVID-19 reveals who’s ‘swimming naked’"
From Wealth Advisor:
* That was Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine, in a webcast on Tuesday, where he discussed how the coronavirus pandemic could soon start to threaten workers earning more than $100,000 a year. He said that he’s determined that lockdowns are revealing to many companies which workers are really doing the heavy lifting.
Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here