Experts tell us over 88% of people fail at keeping their New Years Resolutions. Discover the #1 (easiest, and most effective) resolution funeral directors can make, as well as the five actions they can take to ensure success with making any life- or work-related changes.
A funeral professional with over 20 years experience, David Navarrete offers his perception of what five leadership qualities are necessary to be successful in funeral service (or any endeavor, large or small).
"How does this memory picture look?" This one question will always stand out as the most important piece of advice I've been given over the course of my career. It is the summation of everything we do as funeral professionals and what is expected of us by our client families.
To keep the focus on all-that's-good about being a funeral director, we've decided to re-publish "We are Storytellers", an article by David Navarrete, our Senior Vice-President of Sales & Marketing. Originally published in both American Funeral Director and Funeral Business Advisor in 2013, we hope you find his insights thought-provoking and inspiring enough for you to share one of your many stories with us (see the close of this post to learn how easy it is).
Adding to the conversation about gratitude during our 2014 Thankfulness Week, this post highlights three ways you can become aware of, and more grateful for, the good things in life.
"It pays to have a sunny disposition in any business." Yet remaining "sunny" in the funeral service profession can be difficult. Instead of staying in the all-too-common negative mindset, we want to work with you to nurture a positive perspective. Learn more about the many benefits of getting involved in this on-going project, as well as how to make a contribution to the shift.