Why are ethics classes so boring? The answer is that we read PowerPoint presentations that copy the boring ethical rules. Death by PowerPoint. Get the credit and move on. What a waste of time and your life.

Chip Merlin and FAPIA Managing Director Nancy Dominguez

Want to come to something different? Join me this Friday at 10:00 am EST at the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA) ethical continuing education credit webinar. If you are a FAPIA member, it is free!

Can you lose your license to practice public adjusting or get fined for making a claim for benefits if the policyholder’s contract does not cover what you claim?

Can you lose your license if you do not promptly adjust all elements of the claim because you are too busy with other work?

When reading ethical codes, have you even considered what “the public trust” means?

My bet is that the insurance regulators have not thought about the things I am about to speak, analyze, and discuss with you this Friday morning.

So, get your coffee ready. Get ready to rumble about what Florida public adjuster claims ethics mean.

Get ready to learn how you can become more successful as a public adjusting business by being value oriented and ethics driven.

Sign up here for the FAPIA webinar. I start at 10:00 am. Give me an hour, and I will give you a lifetime of purpose-driven work leading to extraordinary results.

Thought For The Day 

Don’t wish it were easier; wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems; wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenge; wish for more wisdom.

—Darren Hardy