Kathleen Burns Kingsbury is the founder of KBK Wealth Connection, a wealth psychology expert, and an international speaker. She teaches financial services professionals how to connect, communicate, and collaborate more effectively with their clients to increase client retention and improve profitability. Kingsbury is the author of How to Give Financial Advice to Women and the Creating Wealth from the Inside Out Workbook for clients.
For more information, visit www.kbkwealthconnection.com.
This book supplies a simple, memorable, and effective formula to solve problematic behaviors in the work environment and life in general. An invaluable guidebook, it will help readers move beyond mediocrity and achieve happier, more successful lives.
If you buy insurance, drive a car, ride in a car, ride a bike or walk on roads where cars drive, this book is a must read. Exceptionally different than the books written by attorneys, this book is written by an injured person who recovered more than a quarter-million dollars. Based on a true story, the author takes you through the events immediately following an accident all the way to settling multiple insurance claims and a lawsuit. At every step along the way, there is a clear description of the pitfalls to avoid so that you too can maximize the money you receive.
And for those who haven’t had an accident – this book is a must read because it will give you the insight you need to choose the right auto and medical insurance companies so that you and your family members are protected when an accident occurs. Consumers have no idea what has occurred in the insurance industry over the last two decades. These changes will directly affect whether you will be compensated following an accident. After reading this book, you will be prepared to:
Calculate the value of your injuries and determine if filing a claim is worth your time and effort.
Take the four steps to file, negotiate and settle your claim.
Represent yourself without an attorney to maximize financial gain.
Hire, compensate and manage an attorney if you choose to do so.
Know what to say to insurers, and when to say it.
Know what not to say to insurers.
Learn how to work with your medical insurer so they don’t cancel coverage.
Select an auto insurance company that will honor the policy they sell you.
The final two chapters of the book analyze the insurance industry, documenting how insurance companies systematically delay and deny claims. Reading these chapters will create a shocking awareness that consumers are buying a product called insurance, but in fact are spending hard-earned money with companies that no longer honor the insurance contracts they sell. The final chapter lays out a clear plan for what consumers can do to protect them from buying insurance that won’t protect them.
Speakers for business and nonprofit events are sought out every day by meeting planners and program directors. Those who get the call are typically those who fill a specific need and can boast appropriate credentials and experience. The Speaker’s Edge shows you how to land these speaking engagements, especially ones that pay.
This comprehensive book covers all the conventional means for locating and winning speaking engagements as well as clever, innovative tactics practiced by the most successful veteran speakers. You’ll learn how to: Position yourself as the go-to thought leader in your field of expertise; Use effective tools to highlight your speaker value, including videos, speaker sheets, and speaker bureaus; Consider a variety of speaking opportunities, such as serving on panels, hosting events, and participating in webinars; Locate attractive speaking venues, and successfully use the proposal systems such venues require; Consider what volunteering for pro bono gigs offer as venues for practice and visibility; Negotiate great deals, including setting fees, requesting expenses, and offering options to meeting planners; Maximize your speaking experience, including selling products, arranging follow-up gigs, and soliciting referrals.
By employing the recommendations in this book, you will elevate your speaking career and and business to new heights.
The most successful people in the world share a common characteristic. What’s their secret? They look at the triumphs and tribulations of their lives as opportunities to learn and grow. They reflect on their personal moments to guide them along the way. And, they see the lessons in these moments as wisdom to share with others.
Each week, in her wildly popular weekly blog, “Thoughts for Tuesday,” bestselling business author and CEO coach Suzanne Bates has been doing just that – sharing everyday experiences and translating them into stories that inspire her readers. As a speaker, leadership coach, CEO, and former award-winning television news anchor, Suzanne has a unique lens through which she views life’s little moments. This anthology of Thoughts for Tuesday “fan favorites” will make you laugh, cry, and reflect. Suzanne shares compelling, inspirational, and sometimes humorous stories that will make you look back at your own personal experiences through a whole new lens.