By Ed Hulse on July 4, 2011
There are many areas that an agent can sell coverage protection to clients. Some may take multiple courses, while other decides to specialize in only one or two. Whatever their specialty it is necessary that they take insurance continuing education classes to keep abreast of what they have learned and to stay current on new rules. The lessons that they learn will help them to become better agents and stay in compliance with their state government. For those that do not take their classes it may be difficult to remain an agent.
By Ed Hulse on July 3, 2011
Insurance education courses are required to sit for the test and to obtain a license to sell policies. Testing confirms that you understand all the relevant policies and that you are able to meet your customers’ financial needs. Each state creates the tests and creates regulations concerning continuing education credits.
By Wilma Hilkins on February 11, 2011
The healthy diet regime of each adult were learned as a child, and that is why parents have to ensure they educate their children well. That is something they can take with them for life, and we all know one of the keys to enduring wellbeing for a life time is a sound diet.
By Michael Fitzgerald on January 23, 2011
Eating out is something all of us enjoy. Who can resist the temptation of sugary sweet pastries freshly baked with full cream? Though we are aware of the health risks involved in consuming high calorie sugar contents, we choose to ignore all warnings and gorge on the sweets.
By Matt Hiltibran on January 17, 2011
The educational requirements to earn a license in Marriage and Family Therapy is an enormous undertaking. The learning, however, doesn’t end when the license is granted. Most states have continuing education requirements for the LMFT in order to renew their license. The type of courses specified may vary from state to state and the number of total MFT CEUs may vary as well. How are these CEUs fulfilled? In the past the MFT had to use vast resources of time and money to travel to workshops and conferences in order to fulfill all of their required CEUs. Now all states allow some, if not all, continuing education to be obtained from sources online, dramatically reducing the time and financial commitment to earn their CE credits.
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By Koya Webb on September 11, 2010
Yoga has been shown to minimize fatigue and improve sleep quality, body energy, and overall quality lifestyle according to studies of most women suffering from cancer of the breast. Breast cancer, which affects men and women with the development of excessive cells in breast tissue with no normal controls, has become less painful – many thanks to yoga.
By Todd Schuyler on August 26, 2010
Is self hypnosis really effective? Do you have goals you want achieve? Are you interested in self improvement? Can I really break those bad habits? To the answers to these and other self hynosis questions read further.
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By Koya Webb on August 13, 2010
The following are questions that Yoga teachers still need to answer, in spite of overpowering proof that Yoga is “the mother of all health maintenance systems.” Mainstream thought is finally making up ground, with the progress Yoga is making, but it has taken 5,000 years for us to get this far.
By Koya Webb on August 11, 2010
Yoga in Sanskrit symbolizes union and denotes a union or balance between the spirit, body and mind so there is a state of harmony. That is an old holistic approach to personal enhancement applied for years. Practiced for almost 5000 years, the body is progressively conditioned by emphasizing the conditioning of the body and mind, at the same time revitalizing the spirit – it can be both a science and a philosophy.
By Koya Webb on August 8, 2010
Yoga clothes are basically anything that you have on your normal gym workout. For many months that i tested it, I’d simply wear soccer shorts and a T-shirt as my yoga workout clothes. A lot of other people in the class invested more seriously in yoga workout clothing, but I really didn’t see any advantage to it. My clothes were as flexible as theirs, and I had no problems doing stretches in them at the very least no trouble that stemmed from the clothing I was wearing! These were also much cheaper, that i considered a big advantage. And I am totally at ease with it.