All the good stuff has already been said…

Cowboy wisdom and preneed: Some days all you can do is smile and wait for some kind soul to come pull you out. Cowboy Wisdom and Preneed: Some days all you can do is smile and wait for some kind soul to come pull you out of the bind you got yourself in.

My father is a 75 year old farmer who's tougher than shoe leather and meaner than a junkyard dog but he's my Dad and I love him...
most of the time!

He reminds me a little of John Wayne... talks low, talks slow and he don't say too much but what he does say has substance.

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Increase Your Productivity: Daily Preneed Work Plan

Increase your productivity in preneed with a daily work plan. If you know me at all, you know I'm all about having a plan.

As a preneed agent I had to work according to a schedule or I would find myself potentially wasting days because I didn’t have a routine or Daily Work Plan. I would like to pass on to you the plan I developed.

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What Consumers Really Think About Funerals

What Consumers Really Think About Funerals

More than 160 people ages 50-70 (Baby Boomers) were interviewed in-person for 90 minutes on their opinions of traditional funerals.

The goal was to better understand what modern consumers are seeking in end-of-life service or ceremony.

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10 Comforting Things to Say to a Grieving Person

10 Comforting Things to Say to a Grieving Person
Do you know what you should and shouldn't say?

Today we explore part two of this series on what to say to a grieving person. When offering condolences, there are plenty of things not to say to a grieving person; finding the right words can be harder. A risk we take is to be well-intentioned but our words come out misguided.

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10 Things to Never Say to a Grieving Person

10 Things to Never Say to a Grieving Person
Do you know what you should and shouldn't say?
When offering condolences, there are plenty of things not to say to a grieving person; finding the right words can be harder. A risk we take is to be well-intentioned but our words come out misguided, suggesting to the bereaved person that there’s a “right” way to grieve. (There isn’t.)

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Paw Prints on Our Hearts

Paw Prints on Our Hearts If you haven’t seen Hachi a Dog's Tale, you have to run out and rent it this weekend. It is the story of a dog's unrelenting love and devotion to his deceased owner.

From time to time we hear this story in real life… pets loving their owners enough to withstand death, time, and distance. But what about man’s devotion to their pets?

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Security National: Second-Best Performing Stock in Utah, Says Tribune

U.S. Stock Chart for Q3Our company was featured this week in Salt Lake Tribune article, Utah stocks far outpace U.S. indexes.

“Security National Financial Corp., a Salt Lake City-based business conglomerate, saw its share price rise by 169 percent…”

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