Brian: Hey Nathan, how’s it going?
Nathan: Great man. And you?
Brian: Outstanding. I’m very excited about the release of Genesis 2.0.
Nathan: I feel the same way.
Brian: I think a lot of folks are going to like it.
I am totally digging the new post format interface in WordPress 3.6.
My name is Brian and I created this site. Call it a playground for my mind to unravel itself into paragraph form. I love to write. In fact, I’ve always loved to write. When I was younger, it was an exit strategy — a way to let go of reality and enter a world that meant peace.
As an advisor to business, I am frequently asked to recommend insurance purchases for clients. While I have general knowledge about insurance and risk, I think business owners should consider obtaining this kind of information from a completely independent knowledgeable insurance consultant who is not making them a sale.
I want to introduce you to Dan Weedin, whom I have known for about 7 years now. Dan is an independent insurance consultant—NOT an insurance salesman. A former insurance agent for 16 years, Dan uses his extensive knowledge of risk assessment and reduction in a completely different way.
Acting as a consultant, Dan can help you analyze exactly what kinds of insurance your business may need. Dan can also shop a client’s insurance needs to find the most competitively priced packages from reputable insurance brokers. Dan’s fees are fixed and predictable. Learn more about his business services here: http://www.insurancego2guy.com/
Last year I wrote in my Tips From the Trenches newsletter warning about the “new” NLRB – a federal agency that once focused on union issues at large corporations but that is now eyeing smaller business (i.e. those with less than 50 employees). Here’s a link to an article that does a good job of warning you about issues that are ripe for regulatory interference at your small business.