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November 4, 2015
Quote of the Day
"Smile...It confuses people!"
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CICJan 13-15, 2016Commercial Casualty
Nov 10, 2015Commercial Casualty I
Nov 11, 2015
Commercial Casualty I
Dec 15, 2015
Commercial Property
Dec 8-11, 2015
Principles of Risk Management
Jan 21, 2015E&O Seminar
Nov 10, 2015Lawn Care to Lipstick: Coverage Concerns for the Self-Employed
Nov 12, 2015Ethics: Taking it to the Streets
Nov 16, 2015Contractors: Insuring the Property Exposures
Nov 17, 2015Life Insurance Concepts for the P&C Agent
Nov 19, 2015Words Mean Things & Insurance is a Foreign Language

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Angela Marie Nyamburi, CIC, CRM, CISR, CSRM
Christensen Group
Minnetonka, MN

2015 Producer Success Academy Graduation Class

We had nineteen participants in our 1st ever highly successful Producer Success Academy.  This program is held over a 4 month period with 3 two day class sessions, 12 webinars, 6 coaching conference calls and 45 video sessions.

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The Strangest Secret

In 1957, Earl Nightingale, speaker, author and co founder of the Nightingale-Conant Corporation, recorded his classic motivational record "The Strangest Secret." "The Strangest Secret" sold over one million copies and made history in the recording industry by being honored as the first Gold Record for the spoken word. Nightingale, known as the "dean of personal development," concluded that life's "strangest secret" is that we become what we think about all day long. 


The Future of Jobs

When it comes to the future of your industry, how secure do you feel, not only in your position, but in your career, your abilities, as a whole? The era in which a professional could go to school for a specific skill or trade, develop his or her acumen and skills, and stick with that skill set to establish and grow a career until retirement has passed. Now, the future of your career doesn't depend on whether employment is available at any given company; it depends on just how employable you are. And this requires constant learning, being proactive in making sure the skills you have fit the market in its current state, as well as its varied demands for employees with up-to-date skill sets.