Agents, Can You Help Us…Again!?

I don’t think there’s a question that insurance agents are cornerstones of our communities. 

During the good times.  And the bad.

You could see a great example of this in April of 2019.  Agents across the country joined a trend to help bring awareness during Distracted Driver Awareness month.

Now I’ve been seeing some troubling data about auto accidents during this Covid-19 World.  Things are going in the wrong direction.

So that’s why I thought of no better group to help our communities than the insurance agents across the country. 

This video is a bit of an ask to my agent friends.  But it’s also an ask to you. 

Please spread the word about this, because this is preventable.

PIR – EP 193 – Interview with Rick Tighe at National Flood Services

Video Version:   Audio Version: http://www.buzzsprout.com/87086/3630193-pir-ep-193-interview-with-rick-tighe-at-national-flood-services   Tony chats with Rick Tighe, Managing Director at National Flood Services, about Flood and their awesome new platform Trident. Show Notes: Rick Tighe: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-tighe-81039b18/ National Flood Services: https://nationalfloodservices.com/    

How To Setup Teams to Work From Home Successfully

image courtesy of www.pexels.com In the last twelve years, remote working has grown by 159%.  In the previous five years, that number has grown from 3.9 million people to 4.7 million people in the US, a staggering 3.4% of the population.  Remote work has gone from being a nice thing to do, every once in … Read more

PIR – Ep 189 – Paul Gaglioti and Marc Hadfield of Habor.AI

I interviewed the founders of Harbor AI: Video Version: Audio Version: http://www.buzzsprout.com/87086/3357400-pir-ep-189-paul-gaglioti-and-marc-hadfield-of-habor-ai   Show Notes: Paul Gaglioti: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-gaglioti-iii-cic-48500335/ Marc Hadfield: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hadfield/ Harbor AI: https://www.harbor.ai/  

Speaking To Be Understood

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photo courtesy of www.pexels.com The other night, my sixteen-year-old son and I became frustrated with each other because I could not understand a probability equation the same way that he did. Now, I am going to admit, he is in grade twelve mathematics, top of his class, and probably headed for a career that will … Read more