Circa October 2010, none of these really need/deserve a full reboot and it looks like I made slight updates in May 2015
First, let us take a moment to thank Grammarly. Like you, I’m busy and miss things. Old posts had lots of silly, mostly lazy, mistakes.
Your updated disclaimer; I value time more than I did in October 2010 and, as my available time seems to diminish and priorities shift, even more than in May of 2015. What does this mean? Well, I am not sure that I held back then and the only stuff I hold back now is proprietary stuff. Even that is shared with certain audiences.
So you have your “here we go” and a “disclaimer” but what about the “Why I write?” Still for clarity. Still to empty the brain that is even more full today than it was. The ideas are better, The actions are more. The industry is changing, slower than I thought but still in the right direction. And, I intend to be at the center of change.
So the scary one for me, and here comes the enlightened self-interest post and the “good selfish” one as well, is post 4. Yes, that one is still sadly true. How is it possible that others are not catching up to what I have been doing and advocating for 8+ years? What gets a bit worse is watching people, now all over social, use silly absolute type statements that cannot be true.
Seriously!!! What the F is “right coverage” or “properly insured”
NONE OF US CAN SOLVE EVERYTHING AND ALL OF US ARE AT THE MERCY OF THE CORPORATIONS WE PAY FOR INSURANCE. PERIOD.
Consider starting high and with rare exception walking a little backward.
You better have some non-negotiable coverage in there as well.
Remember, NONE OF US can predict the future let alone a customers. Might as well buy a lotto ticket….but when it comes to insurance, fill as many logical holes as you can and accept that the companies do not care.
DO NOT spend someone else’s money for them. Seriously, do you honestly think you know what is best for everyone you work with? Are you seriusly still using some sort of antiquated ideas based on “assets”?
Do better. Always. Save your filters for Instagram