Posted by YK. Consultancy and you need to read this especially when you are planning to get married
Taking this vow as you marry seems natural, but the financial strength of any marriage doesn't happen by accident. It takes compromise and persistence from both members of your new team. Although you're bound to disagree from time to time, learning about each others money-management style now can help you enjoy financial harmony in the years ahead.
Begin by having a heart-to-heart talk about how finances will work best in your marriage. Remember, you've managed your money separately until now. Will you immediately combine all of your assets, keep separate accounts indefinitely, or gradually integrate things? Honest discussion today can help set realistic expectations, and lay the groundwork for open communication in the years ahead.
Posted by : Insure.com
How much smoking does it take to be considered a "smoker," and what if you fudged your answer about smoking on your life insurance application?
Life insurance companies want an accurate picture of activities that could affect your longevity. Questions about whether you've used nicotine in the past few years go along with questions about whether you pilot a private plane or plan to travel to dangerous countries.
Posted by : Personnel Development
Mind organization is a very powerful technique to reduce stress, become more successful, and strengthen your thinking power. Organized minds are simply more efficient.
Posted by Personnel Development
If you really want results get behind your passions and use them as a driving force. Many of us have passions, some stronger than others. What happens to most of us is we get caught up in daily routines of work, eat, sleep and don’t really let our passions guide us. We all develop a passion as a way of saying “hey I’m unique and my drive is unique to me.” If you lose touch with it or don’t let it guide your life you will suffer from lack of motivation.
Passion basically means something your really care about, show enthusiasm and have strong feelings for. I would say passions are generally a positive thing and can be applied to a person, thing, hobby, idea, relationship, education, etc.
Posted by Skip Allen
An expert in time management was speaking to a group of business students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration those students will never forget. As he stood in front of the group of high-powered overachievers he said, “Okay, time for a quiz” and he pulled out a one-gallon, mason jar and set it on the table in front of him. He also produced about a dozen fist-sized rocks and carefully placed them, one at a time, into the jar.
Posted by : YK Consultancy
Personal financial planning is growing in importance for the average Malaysian. Uncertain economic times, changing legislation, the proliferation of new financial products and lack of time make it difficult for consumers to use their resources effectively. A well-designed financial plan can help you do just that and, along the way, give you a greater sense of financial security.
Posted by Marla Tabaka
Do you give up after a few sales calls? Expect new business to come from every networking event? It's time for a shift in mindset that you can take all the way to the bank.
Does the thought of hearing "no thank you" one too many times slow you down? Getting your products and services into the hands of future customers has its challenges, but when we add a fear of rejection to the mix, the challenge becomes monumental. What if you could see no as the magic word that gets you closer to the sale instead of letting it knock the wind out of your sails?
Posted by Andy Ellwood
Walking into a large room of strangers alone and having a good time is not always the easiest thing to do. I’ve been doing it for my entire career and flying solo to an event still takes a little mental pep talk. But, with a little strategy and just a touch more hustle than normal, it can be as good for you as it is for them.
Posted by Dave Hackbart
So you finally decide to become an insurance professional. Congratulations! Good for you! If you work hard for 4-6 years you can kick back and become that scratch golfer you’ve always dreamed about.
You agonize on whether to specialize in Property & Casualty or Health & Life because you’ve been told you can’t do both.You’re full of enthusiasm and filled with piss & vinegar. You’ve never been so sure in your life that you’ve made the right decision and will be making bags of cash in just a few short months. You dive into your state’s insurance regulations and study like a mad man to absorb all the technical insurance information you can as fast as you can. Your insurance license is issued and you’re on your way.
Posted by lynn-truong
Just like the adage you have to spend money to make money, it’s just as true that sometimes you have to spend time to save time. But when do we know if a time investment will have a high ROI? Here are 10 ways to save time by spending it.
Hi I am Yen Wei Nee
I have been in insurance industry for 17 years and would like to share here with you my experience and information that is now changing our lives.