Amanda Bennett and her husband were passionate and full of life all throughout their lives together — and up until the final days, too. Bennett gives a sweet yet powerful talk on why, for the loved ones of the dying, having hope for a happy ending shouldn’t warrant a diagnosis of “denial.” She calls for a more heroic narrative for death — to match the ones we have in life.Continue Reading
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.)
It can be tempting to deviate from the assigned script when selling preneed.
Following a script can be difficult at times.
This feeling is no stranger to insurance agents from any walk or industry.
George was a kind, generous, faithful, hard-working man, who touched the lives of everyone around him. He was a positive influence in the community and focused on helping others.Continue Reading
This month I had an article written, edited and rewritten. It was good but just good… You don’t need another article on how to train your salespeople or serve people.
In the early morning hours today I got that phone call we all dread to tell me my Grandmother “MawMaw” passed away.Continue Reading