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Quickly Summarizing an Insurance Agency’s Services and Products – a 30-Second Verbal Art

The verbal art of describing an insurance agency’s products and services takes a lot of thought, finesse, honesty and practice. Sometimes the window of opportunity to talk to a potential client is less than 60 seconds. Do it right, and

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DIY Tiling? Start in the Middle of the Floor

While it may sound counterintuitive to start tiling a floor in the middle of the room, there is a good reason for doing it. “Doing your own tiling is kind of fun, but try to remember that before you tackle

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To Float a Floor or not to Float a Floor – a Tough Home Renovation Decision

Floating floors are not secured to the floor beneath them in the traditional manner, with glue or nails. Instead, they are fastened by the edges utilizing shoe molding and transitions. One of the most common types of floating floors on

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Faded, Stained Marble, No Problem to Clean

Although the porosity of marble means it needs more care than other natural stones, it is not difficult to keep clean. Marble is subject to staining and fading over time. Rather than replacing the tiles, try using a light coating

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Medicare Supplement Leads Are Gold

Medicare Supplements are absolute gold for building an insurance agency, as the older demographic needs and wants the product. There are a large number of agents out there that have issues with using lead generation companies and investing their hard-earned

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

When getting ready for a home renovation project that involves cutting tile, be cautious. Measure twice, cut once. Always start a home renovation project with a budget, but be smart about it. “If you’re on a tight budget, measure the

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Marble Goes With Anything, Anywhere

Marble is still not a commonly chosen option for flooring upgrades, largely due to budget constraints. However, it is becoming more prominent for many homeowners wanting that “something extra.” “Marble is indeed a superior choice for flooring, walls, countertops and

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Buying Leads Costs Far Less Than Self-Generating Them

Self generating leads are virtually a lost cause in the insurance industry, but many new agents like to at least try them to see why they do not work. “When you’re just starting out in the insurance business, many new

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Hardwood Flooring – Variable Options to Consider When Buying

Not everyone wants natural stone or tiles for their home renovation projects. Some prefer the stunning option of hardwood flooring. When planning any type of renovation project, particularly one that is intended to upgrade flooring, try something different for a

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Tiling Does Not Need to be Chaotically Stressful

Planning out a new tiling project often leads to many questions: Should there be on both the floor and the wall? Should they both use the same tile? “One of the most frequent questions I hear from homeowners relates to

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