Remember that social interaction is going to happen with or without your involvement. In other words, you can watch the conversation take place, or you can own and guide it.
Here is a reminder that life is precious but it’s the simple things like laughter that make it grand.
Think to yourself, what is the most beautiful song you have ever heard, i’m not talking about your favorite song, or the most technical, or something that made you cry, I just want to know the song that made you say “holy shit… I could die to this”
Rollin’ in my hearse jammin’ to ‘Another One Bites The Dust’…just watch.
If you are a rep and you stop in without first making an appointment with me, there is a 99% chance I will never use you. You’ve been warned…
Here are some of my favorite memorial tattoos for dads that I’ve found recently:
This secret folder contains all messages sent to you by anybody who’s not among your Facebook friends. Because you’ve probably never looked in there, it might contain really important messages that you’ve never seen.
On a sunny Saturday in July, Rachel Wolf was preparing for the day she always dreamed of, complete with wedding gown, makeup, and guests. But there was one thing missing: a groom.
Not long ago I was part of a group studying the challenges of recruitment in the funeral profession. I was stunned to hear the “table talk” of practicing funeral directors. Our conversations centered around why people wouldn’t want to be funeral directors…
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association has retained Poul Lemasters, Esq., to be its Cremation Programs Coordinator. He has been one of the coaches in ICCFA’s Cremation Coaching Center (www.cremationcoach.com) since it was launched in 2009. In his new role, he will work as an independent contractor with ICCFA staff, and with industry speakers and consultants in the development of training and arrangement programs.