Have you considered making videos for your business to share on YouTube or social media platforms but you are worried that they may be too cringe? Embrace the suck. As Paul T. Long says, "People bank [insert your business] with people." When he was deciding whether or not to create content for his business he considered:
For Paul, this meant creating 42 videos on The Commercial Real Estate Process. Doing so forced him to think through his client on-boarding process and help his clients to better understand and work their way through achieving their goals. Paul reports great engagement as well as process improvement. BUT, it started with him being willing to be terrible at making the videos, following through with the vision, and hitting the "post" button once they were ready. To encourage business professionals, we share some of our early cringe videos to help inspire you to follow through on that initiative that you are considering.
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Obligations For Insurance Claims Investigations
According to the state of Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 284-30-370:
Standards for prompt investigation of a claim. Every insurer must complete its investigation of a claim within thirty days after notification of claim, unless the investigation cannot reasonably be completed within that time. All persons involved in the investigation of a claim must provide reasonable assistance to the insurer in order to facilitate compliance with this provision.
In the second part of our conversation with Roger Howson (Seattle, WA) and many others, we discuss the insurance claim appraisal process. Episode 78 of The DYOJO Podcast will touch on topics, including
While many contractors dabble in policy interpretation, often because they think they are doing the right thing for the client, they may be crossing into the territory of public adjusting without a license. Roger discusses how, "If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it better be licensed like a duck." Andy McCabe shares a story where he had to answer some tough questions with an Oregon insurance investigator.
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Jon Isaacson, The Intentional Restorer, is a 19 year veteran of the property restoration industry and a business coach through his organization The DYOJO.