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Powerful Lessons from a Child

I am a big fan of the late, great business philosopher Jim Rohn.

I highly recommend you study him. Let his books and wealth of business information mentor you. You will quickly become a big fan too.

You can learn more about him through a simple Google search or visit his website https://www.

Great Leaders Aren’t Firefighters

The role that firefighters play in our society is certain and secure. I have friends and family who are and have been firefighters. I personally hold them in high regard.

Great firefighters are leaders of their teams in situations far beyond what most of us could imagine.

Becoming a Better Leader

No matter where you are in your leadership journey, you can move forward. It’s not something that just happens overnight. Sometimes it isn’t easy. It takes time, experience, training, discipline, and a few other things.

Managing from Home

As some parts of the nation starts to reopen there are many people still working remotely and may stay working remotely indefinitely.

You may have already noticed that your “old school” way of managing your team has gone out the window as your team is no longer working with you face to face in the office.

What Has COVID-19 Taught Us?

You might be thinking, what could we possibly learn from this crisis?

The coronavirus/COVID-19/Rona/whatever you want to call it has dramatically exposed our weaknesses not only as individuals, business owners, but also as nation.

World leaders are scrambling, just like the rest of us.

Are You Taking Advantage of PPP?

by Bill Gough, Insurance Hall of Fame Agent

Almost every business owner I have spoken to in the past 4-5 weeks and every BGI Systems coaching member I have spoken with have already signed up for the Government’s (PPP) Paycheck Protection Program.

Protecting Yourself Online

This week I would like to share with you an article my VP of Operations, Amanda McFall wrote for our coaching member’s May monthly newsletter. I felt with how important this topic is that I wanted to share it with everyone.

Now, the article on protecting yourself online…

In our new reality where over 33 million Americans are unemployed, cyber threats are increasing.

No Problem is a Problem… Especially for Your Agency

by Bill Gough, Insurance Hall of Fame Agent

It's customary for either the service/sales provider (you) and the person being served (customer/prospect) to say "thank you" in one form or another.

But recently, it's become widespread for the service provider to respond with “No Problem” when thanked by a customer.