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    A PURPOSEFUL LIFE–WITH FLAMINGOS

A PURPOSEFUL LIFE–WITH FLAMINGOS

Ohio agency finds its purpose and goes from good to remarkable “The purpose of life is not to be happy—but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you lived at all.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson Epiphanies sometimes come in small packages. In 2012, Preferred Insurance Center, Coldwater, Ohio, became a centenarian, and Partner Dan Muhlenkamp wanted to do something to celebrate the event.

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    FROM PUPPIES AND KITTENS TO NATIONAL INSURANCE AWARD WINNER

FROM PUPPIES AND KITTENS TO NATIONAL INSURANCE AWARD WINNER

Working at an animal hospital paves the road for a successful career for the 2017 PIA National Young Insurance Professional of the Year We’d all love a job where we could play with puppies and kittens all day, right? I’d probably say “no,” but only because I have allergies. Working with these adorable animals is where it all began for Crystal Rose Cathcart, regional relationship director at Middletown, Connecticut’s MarketStance,

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    SAVVY AND SMARTS DRIVE CAREER SUCCESS

SAVVY AND SMARTS DRIVE CAREER SUCCESS

Healthcare executive delivers for clients and employees This month we present the fifth article in our Broken Glass series, in which we talk with a woman in the independent agency business about the challenges and rewards she has experienced throughout her career. This month we profile Linda Jones, MHA, CPCU, who is managing director of healthcare and chief operating officer of Self-Insured Services Company, Inc., a subsidiary of brokerage RCM&D.

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    HELPING EMPLOYEES WITH HOSPITAL INDEMNITY

HELPING EMPLOYEES WITH HOSPITAL INDEMNITY

Voluntary benefit insurers are providing myriad new options, including some designed to help workers short on cash pay for unexpected medical costs In the struggle to contain health care costs, employers are raising employee deductibles, co-pays and premium contributions, but what’s good for employer costs may not be good for their employees, who bear more of the expense. Not only are employees paying more out of their pockets for care,

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    CONTINUING EDUCATION FROM A BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE

CONTINUING EDUCATION FROM A BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE

Vistage provides executive coaching from accomplished business leaders “Don’t forget to sign in for CE credit,” the people at the door always say when you walk into an educational session at a conference. I bypass this step—I’m a journalist, not an “insurance guy”—but I still learn something when attending a class. Continuing education remains an important aspect of business and personal development. Everyone could use it—even CEOs, business owners and

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