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The Great Escape

I am sure we all can recall partaking in fire drills at school or our place work. They’re done so often they become rudimentary. However, people often forget or ignore the importance of preparing an fire escape plan for where they spend the most time: the home. According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA), roughly seven people died each day in U.S. home fires in 2013. Having a fire escape plan is quintessential and the implementation of such a plan is critical to ensuring a safe evacuation in event of a fire emergency. Here are some helpful tips to follow for preparing your home and creating and implementing a plan.
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Is human interaction still necessary in a digital lifestyle?

When you think of really good customer service, what do you envision? I know that personally, I prefer many different methods of communication. My top picks would be:
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A True Tale About Water Backup of Sewers and Drains Coverage

Any insurance agent who has been in the business long enough has one or two go-to stories they will use to prove their worth in a pinch. Whether we are talking to a prospect, speaking with others in the insurance industry, or re-hashing old insurance claims with a long-time client, these stories are often cautionary tales and are occasionally entertaining.
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Duck and Cover

Windstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires are just a few examples of extreme weather events that occur throughout the United States on a regular basis. It is often difficult for even the experts to predict the impact and severity of these events. While the last thing anyone wants to think about is one of these events affecting them personally, it is very important to be prepared for a worst case scenario and have a plan in place. It is crucial to understand the area you live in and the potentially harmful events that could affect you and your community.
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Master Your Work in Progress

Ever feel like you’re trying to do too many things at once? There’s a good chance you are! You’re only one person, so it doesn’t make sense to try to work on more than one task at a time. If you’ve spent much time reading blogs about productivity, you’re probably already familiar with the concept of context switching.

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Set the Bar Higher for Safety

Holidays also evoke a sense of celebration…and drink specials at your favorite bar or restaurant. Whether it’s the champagne of New Year’s Eve, the green-tinted cocktails of St. Patty’s Day, or the margaritas of Cinco de Mayo, the commercial underwriter in me sees the potential risks for the establishment involved.

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Password Mania!

We’ve detected suspicious activity on your account.

This phrase and its variations can strike fear into a person’s heart in ways that few others can. Is someone reading your e-mails? Do they have your credit card information? Do you use the same password on any other sites, rendering them vulnerable?
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