Doing an audit/ clean up of my computer. Lots of satisfaction in finding goal list and projects that were successful but forgotten. Also, find lots of thoughts that I am thankful I had then and are still valid today. Some from a goal list I had put together;
My mission is to continually provide my clients with the service that I would expect, the best possible. Each relationship will be treated as though it is priceless. My professionalism must always be visible and I cannot sway from my principals. Purely on principle, I must always give the client everything possible all while being the person who I would want to deal with. I must be a reliable source for information and provide those who I deal with the utmost of professionalism…….
Two years ago I left a very large, now much larger, international company. As part of my employment, each year all sales representatives chose to sign a “non-compete” agreement. Well now those two years are up. Here are some thoughts;
“Give people reasons to stay instead of leave and they will.”
Pathetic, seriously pathetic that any employer would want to use a non-compete or similar agreement. I have seen many worse than mine as well. Here is how I view it; Yes, you will have to apply some effort and treat people like humans rather than “employees” but both parties will earn more money this way so why not. What are you so worried about?
It might be. It might also be the most under used and least asked about.
If you are between the ages of 16 and 25 your lack of time on this planet is a reason why you spend more on insurance. BUT what if you pay attention? Maybe you start on your parents policy and make sure they have solid coverage so when it is time to switch you are in a better position. Then, typically after three years of being licensed, it is time to shop. Now just stay on top of things because you get a little older you can likely improve your rate, assuming a clean to fairly clean record.