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I’ve spent my life in the insurance industry, which means I’ve enjoyed close relationships with thousands of people involved in hundreds of businesses.

The encounters have taught me a lot about life and the incredible benefits of self-examination.

This style of thinking does not involve daydreaming. Rather, it’s a process that involves the examination of your life, business and relationships.

Thinking is the best way to improve any situation.

If you want to improve any aspect of your life, you need time to evaluate, ponder and truly think.

I want to use this space each month to share thoughts and insights on what it means to have your business “squared away,” and how that approach can improve your business and your life.

Being squared away is about helping people improve their thinking to create better results; it’s also about not settling for average and working to achieve excellence.

So how do we begin this journey?

As the philosophers say: “I think, therefore I am.”

Let’s talk about improving the way we think. Thinking is really everything. Thinking leads to innovation, ideas and better approaches to everything in our lives.

Thinking leads to better behavior and good behavior leads to better results.

Are you satisfied right now?

Are you happy with the state of your work or business? If not, I suggest you reorient your thought process.

Don’t accept an average spot on the planet, find the path to excellence.

That path can start with just one thought. Use the power of thought to guide you to success.

Do you have questions or ideas about creating a Squared Away business? Checkout and share Squared Away with James Frazier.

At Program Insurance, we always think of ways to to help others find excellent results.

Program Insurance knows how to ensure you have the right coverage for your business. If you would like to see how Program Insurance can help you improve the sustainability of your practice, let us know.

Here’s to being more Squared Away every day.