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Renewals to Referrals

podcast referrals Jul 26, 2022
 

Brent Kelly:

Welcome to The Agent Leader podcast. My name is Brent Kelly, your host. Thanks so much for joining me on another episode, and this is part four of an eight-part series that we are doing on "Clicks." And if you're not sure what a click means, click is another term for a breakthrough, maybe a bigger, better idea. Something that you haven't thought of before. Something that maybe you have, but you haven't executed. And I've got my very special guest who's been on all of these parts with me so far. He'll be on all eight of these sessions on these clicks and these breakthroughs. Roger Sitkins, the Founder and CEO of the Sitkins Group is with us. Roger, welcome back for part four.

Roger Sitkins:

Well, it's great to be here, as always, and this is one of my favorite ones, so we're going to jump all over this one.

Brent Kelly:

Yeah so we're going to get into today and this idea, I'll give you some food for thought here, as the audience of what we're going to be talking about today. But this is such a powerful breakthrough or a click, but it's this idea that we've got to move from renewals to referrals, right? From renewals to referrals. And we'll talk deeper about that and why that's so important. I'm guessing that you, as an agency leader, probably thought about the fact that, gosh, we could get more referrals. But we really want to dive deep into the click, the breakthrough of what happens in this area.

Brent Kelly:

Before I get into that, I always want to give the mission, the purpose of this podcast, The Agent Leader podcast. Our mission, our purpose, is to help you, the agency leader, gain clarity, to help you build consistency and to make a commitment to become your best version possible. And our Best Version Possible book is out. If you're watching this on video, you can see that Roger and I are both doing a great job of advertising. Right, Roger?

Roger Sitkins:

Standing right in front of it.

Brent Kelly:

Roger, we are co-authors of this book, and again, very excited that it's out in the marketplace and that agency leaders and agency professionals are getting their hands on it and allowing them to take this information and begin to make their agency the best version possible. And that's also why we're doing these clicks, this series, because these eight clicks that we're talking about are truly major breakthroughs. And maybe for you as an agency leader, maybe it is an absolute, "I've never really thought about this," or it could be just a slight adjustment, but whatever it is for you, we want it to be a click to help your agency get better. So with that, Roger, are you ready to get serious on this topic of moving from renewals to referrals?

Roger Sitkins:

Let's go deep on it.

Brent Kelly:

All right. Well, I want to set it up with this, and this is something that we share on our trainings with agency leaders, with producers certainly, and service teams, just the whole agency to understand this. But here's the concept that I want to start off with, and this is a fact. I mean, there's stats on this, is that in this industry, and we should all be looking upstairs and say, "Thank you for this great industry." But on average, about 90% of clients renew with insurance agencies. That's pretty great. That's really great. I always say, "Hey, listen, nine out of 10 people are going to pay you money next year." That's great.

Brent Kelly:

Here's the bad news. Less than 10% of those same people will refer another client to your agency. So 90% plus renew. Less than 10% on average refer. So I'm just going to throw that out there and let the audience think about it. But Roger, you and I have been talking quite a bit about this. I mean, for a long time, you've been talking about this, but there is this blinding flash of the obvious that we talked about recently. And I want you to share this with the audience. What was this blinding flash of the obvious that we were considering the last several months here?

Roger Sitkins:

It'll become very obvious to everybody very quickly. As we were looking at what's happening in the industry and the fact that it is a great business. I mean, it's a recurring revenue model, and 90 or 88, 90-92%, whatever, of the clients renew. Even if you don't do a very good job, it's somewhat passive to say the least. And so, as we're reviewing this, I said, "Brent, you know what? Renewing insurance policies is not the problem. It's not the problem at all." The problem is, the client experience is not so great. Okay? It's like, well, we give good service and we're pretty reactive on stuff, but it's not a client experience where people are going, "Wow, what a great experience." And we've all had it. You go to certain businesses, you say, "What a great experience."

Roger Sitkins:

But then with the insurance business, too many people realize that, "Nah, we don't have to do much. We can be semi-successful, semi-committed. 90% renew every year, we'll write 15%. We'll gain five net, and we're pretty good." But what they're not doing, is they're not saying, "Hey, what's the client experience? And how do we make that client experience truly a wow client experience to the point that they start bragging about you. They become raving fans for you?" And then when you can put in a true, what we call the reverse referral process on top of it, you're getting referrals from at least 50% of the customers, and our better ones that are getting them from 80% of their customers. At least 80% that they want to replicate. But again, what's the client experience? And if it's not a, "Holy smokes, it's the best thing I've ever seen," you've got a problem and you're in a race to the bottom. You're stuck in the commodity business. So that's my blinding flash of the obvious on it.

Brent Kelly:

Yeah, and it's something that we talk about, that lead stat that I started off with. I mean, again, we share that to our agencies all the time. They're, "Oh, okay, okay." But there's obviously something missing there, and it's like, "Why is there that gap between referrals and what people continue to renew?" And let's face it, I mean, people don't like the renewal process, right, most clients. And Roger, you talk about that all the time. I do want to ask you within this, is that one of the things that we do work really hard and it's such a key point of one of our key processes, is the continuation process.

Brent Kelly:

And I think this is part of that mindset, Roger, this idea of renewing accounts is kind of easy. That's not really what you want to do. So can you just at maybe a high level here, obviously we can't go too deep into this, but on a high level share what that difference is between a renewal, and as you just described earlier, and I mentioned, a continuation?

Roger Sitkins:

Right. Well, if you're just renewing policies, then you're in the commodity business or you're just passively renewing. In the old days, agencies actually had a rubber stamp that said "Renew as is," and would smack it on the file. That proves how old I am here. But rather than that, there should be a continuation process, and it's not on every account, okay. But it certainly should be, on a minimum, the top 20%, and for most agencies, the top 50% of their customers should have this continuation. We don't renew policies. We continue relationships. And that starts, and again, we'll just do a high level overview on this. It starts at day one of the policy. So it's at delivery installation, whatever you want to call it and maybe some smaller accounts, it's simply a phone conversation, but it truly is identifying what are the client expectations, we've talked about this before in your podcast, Brent, where people say, "Oh what do we do as an agency?" We exceed your expectations, but they don't even know what they are.

Roger Sitkins:

So it starts with identifying what is the expectation of the client documenting that, and then making sure that there is some form, and again, it's going to vary by size of account, but at a minimum, there's a phone call at the six month anniversary on some of the smaller customers. Okay. What we really prefer, we start, especially looking at the top 20% that are 80% of the revenue. We want a stewardship report or what we like to call the promise report. Because what we say is we keep promises. That's part of our culture. So at the stewardship report meeting, when we're going out there, first of all, we should send an agenda ahead of time. Here's exactly what we're going to talk about. And then once you've reminded, if not proven, but certainly reminded the client, "here's what we did for you in the first six months of this policy year."

Roger Sitkins:

That's the best time to ask for the referral. That's the best time. And by the way, the referral is on the agenda. It's just that people miss the process. You know, we've been talking so much lately about the power of proven process. And if the process is, well, we kind of renew as is, we do what we all have done, rather than saying, "Wait a minute, if we're a professional, we need to send an agenda out." And the agenda on it should have an item that once you've reminded them, because we hear this all the time from the producer, our clients just don't really remember everything we've done for them. Well, they can't, they're busy running their business or their life. So we remind them, we get them to say, "Wow, that's great. Thanks. I forgot about that. I forgot about that."

Roger Sitkins:

You've now reinforced the value you've brought. And then you say, "By the way, the next item on our agenda is referrals." I've got here, a list of some people I'm thinking about calling on who do you know, what can you tell me about them. It's that simple, but it takes a heck of a lot of work to get the stewardship report in place, but then whole reverse referral and being able to have the names of the people that we know, they probably know, it's a deep process, but it works when you have the pigheaded discipline to follow the process.

Brent Kelly:

Right. Well, as you said that, Roger, I mean, again, it starts from these clicks, it starts with a mindset, right? It starts with the fact that are we going to be an agency that earns and generates referrals because we do such a great job in the client experience. Right. That's my version of it. But, a lot of agencies would go, well yeah, if we get a referral, great. If we don't, oh, well. But think about what that's really saying. And one of the things that we've talked about in some of our recent programs and I love this, Roger, I won't steal, I'll let you say it, but there's a- and hopefully you know where I'm going with this. But there's kind of a tagline, so to speak or a mindset or identity. Right. And I think you know what I'm talking about. What would be our agency approach? Could you share that, cause I love that, with the audience.

Roger Sitkins:

It's a mindset. Okay. And it's an attitude and it's a mantra, whatever you want to say, but it's about as simple as you can get, but just not easy, and here it is. Every client from a referral and a referral from every client. Now, think about that, and hopefully some people listening...

Brent Kelly:

Wait could you say that again, because I think when you hear it, you go, "Oh," but then just think about this now, agency leaders, listen, just stop for a second and listen to what Roger says and go, "Imagine if this was the culture, the DNA, the mindset, the attitude of our agency." So Roger, go again.

Roger Sitkins:

Every client from a referral. And by the way, it's a targeted referral, but every client from a referral and then the client experience is so great. And the reverse referral process is in place that every client we get gives us a referral. When? Not the first day, but most times at the six month anniversary, because you've proven that you've done a great job. And the thing is it's always interesting to see the producers when their light comes on, that blinding flash hits them, when they go, "referral's really better than anything else and if a customer isn't giving me a referral, what does that say?" And the other thing, Brent, why don't people do this overall? Well, there's the fear of hearing no.

Brent Kelly:

Right.

Roger Sitkins:

And I think it was Tony Robbins first coined it, that fear of false evidence appearing real. We kid around in our programs and say, did any of you ever die when you asked for a referral? Okay. Okay. So that's good. And then the big reason overall is they don't have the process and they're not prepared. They don't have that relentless preparation we talk about. They don't have the attitude that, "Hey, every event deserves my very best." My very best for the stewardship report includes relentless preparation, a great report to give to them. And then also have the list of people that I want to be referred to. And this is for the 97th time on your podcast, these are things we talk about, "oh this is simple" and we get criticized. Oh, it's that simple stuff. I know it's simple, but it's not easy. And once people realize that, oh, it takes that pigheaded discipline to do what I said I was going to do. What's the proven process?

Brent Kelly:

Right? Well, that's the thing that ties us together. And I hope that's what the leaders are hearing or insurance professionals, anyone who's listening to this is that, it does start with a mindset, an attitude, a philosophy, but then you connect that to, because our mindset, attitude, philosophy is X, our process must be Y, right? And you mentioned the continuation process, you mentioned earlier, and we'll probably talk more about it here in a little bit, the reverse referral process. Well, that's a process. Now, why would you have a process if your mindset or attitude, the culture didn't support it. Right. So you got to marry those two things together. And I know I have other questions that I want to make sure I get to you, but I do have to throw another one, I hope this isn't a curve ball, but it's interesting if you said that one of our clients and you'll know who I'm talking about, recently sent us a report. In fact, you asked me to look at it.

Brent Kelly:

As far as, it showed all their marketing that they were doing in different ways. And then the outcome from that. And please hear me. I'll speak from my heart first, I'm not against some of the other forms of marketing that are out there. I'm not anti digital marketing in certain aspects. In fact, we always say, leverage technology to increase relationships, but when you look at results and what we're about, Roger, when we work with agencies is results like getting results. That's what people want. And so one of our great agency partners, and they have had, I mean, incredible growth over the past several years. They've got a whole marketing department and looking all the stuff, and they've got the little pie chart of this and I don't want to get the number wrong, but if I remember- I don't have it right in front of me, but it was, it was I want to say 93% of the total was based on either some form of a cross sell or a referral- internal, external referral, like that was 93% of their growth.

Brent Kelly:

And you want to add any of that? Or did I get that right?

Roger Sitkins:

Yeah, it was. I think that's correct. I guess we should have it, but it's certainly representative of what the charts show. So they had a pie chart, and it just said, here's the source of every piece of new business. And most agencies don't track that. They don't know where the new business comes from. Well, this agency and they've grown, they've been averaging well over 20, 25% growth for the last six or seven years now.

Brent Kelly:

Over 25%. It's pretty phenomenal. Yeah.

Roger Sitkins:

And their total revenues now are how much?

Brent Kelly:

They just went over, I think, 7 million, somewhere in there.

Roger Sitkins:

$7 million, OK. I mean, they are sponges. They're great people, great leadership. And so they look in there. They could tell you whether it was from a Facebook ad, whether it was Google words, AdWords overall, whether it came through LinkedIn, local advertising, because they ask, what a concept, they ask. But the blinding flash of the obvious was the two big things again, round out that cross sell and referrals were the vast majority of their new business. And I say this tongue in cheek at times that if your producers, if your agency overall would follow these concepts and they would take these simple proven processes and make them non-optional, make them guard rails for the agency, that they would never have to spend another penny on advertising.

Roger Sitkins:

Now I still believe in it. I believe in it for brand awareness. I believe in it for education. There's reasons to do it, but at the end of the day, what's the most successful, most productive way to get new business. And we've said this, I think in the podcast, I know we say it in the programs all the time, is we'll ask producers, "what's your closing ratio on a referral?" Oh, 85, 90%. "What's your regular closing ratio?" 20, 25%.

Roger Sitkins:

You too could be a coach to insurance agencies. And we get this going and get them to understand the power of this, but it still comes down to what's the client experience. How do we get to a wow. And then we get, how do we turn them into raving fans? And how do we have a process that makes getting the referral predictable and guaranteed and what we've seen when it's followed and you know, again, it sounds simple. It's not easy to have that, for the third time, pigheaded discipline. But when it's followed, you're getting referrals from 80% of your clients. Now the key is which ones do you want to replicate?

Brent Kelly:

Right.

Roger Sitkins:

And then what do you do when you get the referral? Cause we've seen people that have got a referral and then they go back to, well, we don't really have, we're kind of still "look, copy, quote, pray" people. It's kind of crazy.

Brent Kelly:

Well, it's a great point. Again, I kind of threw that out there cause it just struck me. I mean, it's like we say, success leaves clues, and you know, one thing Rog, you say all the time and I say it too, is that your best clients want to help you. But guess what? They're busy too. So you've got to show them the way, you've got to make it easier for them to do it. You've got to have a process. Alright. But when you do that, they'll go, sure. In fact, and I add one more thing to this that always makes me chuckle, certainly in our producer program is, I mean shouldn't make me chuckle. First of all, I love when people do the things that we teach, but when they come back and you know, whether it's one on one calls or in our programs where people are like, Brent I got to tell you something.

Brent Kelly:

I'm like, what? They're like, "so you talked about that reverse referral process. Right. And you set it up and it was this and this and this and this. So I did this and this and this and this." And I said, well, what happened? "I got two referrals from really good future ideal client." And then what happened? "Oh, I already closed one of them." Right. I mean, and again, it depends on the situation, but it's funny, but it's kind of sad in the same sense that it's there. It's just, you got to do it. So, all right, you kind of already answered this question, but maybe there's more detail if you want to give, if not, that's fine. But why do you think, and you could maybe look at an agency side of things or a producer side of things, but why do so many agencies miss out? I mean, we're kind of joking about it, but we shouldn't. Why do they miss out on this?

Roger Sitkins:

Well, they're not prepared. They're not prepared to ask for a referral. And when we've ambushed people and said, "Hey, ask me for a referral right now," whether it was in the days pre COVID, when all of our sessions were in person. And now even with our virtual sessions, ask me for a referral. And I have a referral. And so they're not prepared. They don't know how to do it. We're asking them to do something they haven't practiced. I love watching America's Got Talent. And last night, my wife, Stephanie and I watched it. We record it so we can get through the stuff. So we were watching one of the Tuesday things, today's Wednesday were recording, actually today's Thursday, excuse me. But we watched it Wednesday. And every time I watch it, Stephanie, she knows what's coming. Some act will come on that's just phenomenal. It's life changing for the act, the group of young kids, performers, whatever. And I always say, "Gee do you think they practiced?" And she said, I knew you were going to say that, but I always say it.

Roger Sitkins:

Do you think they practiced? Yes. Hundreds and hundreds and thousands of times. So the agents don't do low risk practice on how to ask for a referral. Thus they're not good at it. And the mindset, deep down inside, I truly believe they realize they haven't done something so great. They haven't really earned it, which is head trash, but they've gotta. And they go, "I'm just so happy I got through this meeting. I'm just so happy they renewed." Well, first of all, you were focused on the renewal. You weren't focused on it as a continuation.

Roger Sitkins:

So there's just that whole thing of, gosh, if I just got referrals, life would be cool. Then make a commitment to it. As an individual producer, it's my guardrail. As an agency, it's our guardrail. Guardrails. Why don't we do that? So I guess it's frustrating for me because at times, and I know we've talked about this before, at times I feel that for some producers and for some agency owners, it's almost like we want it for them more than they want it for themselves. Well, they're probably not listening to the podcast anyway, but I just see this where they're saying, "gosh, life would be so great." And we help them get this vision, we help them start identifying, "Hey, what is the best version possible of your agency look like or you as a producer or you as a high performance team?"

Roger Sitkins:

And they catch the vision, but then they go back to being busy, but then they go back to day-to-day stuff and then they go back and they fall in the commodity trap and the service trap and everything, rather than saying, wait a minute, our goal is to continue relationships, have such a great continuation process that we earn a referral. We have the referral process that actually gets the referral. And then we have a set offense that we go out there and we differentiate and people buy and we have a very, very high closing ratio. And that's what our best agencies are doing. It's not an overnight thing. I say this a lot, Brent, that sometimes people think, oh, is this a get rich quick game? No, this is a get really rich slow game, but do it the right way. Do it profitable.

Brent Kelly:

Just a couple notes, I wrote down as you were talking there. I mean, I think a lot of this does come back to, what's your standard? What does excellence look like? You know, I asked that to a group yesterday. Again, sounds like a basic question, but what does excellence look like? And are we striving for it? Are we on a journey for that? Or are we just, ah we're okay. And if excellence looks like to you that your best clients should want to, in fact, they should be encouraged to, to give a referral to another great client because of what they've experienced. Well, are we striving for that? Or are we settling? And I've said to you many times, I've said in this podcast, I do believe that one of the, if not, the most toxic word in this business is complacency because good is pretty good, at least financially in many cases.

Brent Kelly:

But you know, is that what you want? Is that what we're striving for? And one more comment on that, Roger, I love this. And just the term of being a coach, you've had important coaches in your life. I have too. We love to be coaches to others. I think what a great thing that a coach does is they do see more in you in many cases than often you see in yourself. And they'll get you to kind of go, "oh, wait a second. There's way more out there for me that I've never even thought of. Why am I not going for it?"

Brent Kelly:

So, and again, we can think about this in terms of referrals. All right Roger, one more question. And I want to set this up for- we haven't been doom or gloom, but been real right? Real about what's happening out there. But I do want, if you would paint the picture for an agency leader listening, that goes, "Okay, this makes sense. Like, duh, we should do this. We should create a process around it. But what does a referral based agency look like? Like what are they doing?" And I think here's maybe a great question to think about, what's the outcome?

Roger Sitkins:

Oh, well it looks like the agency they've always dreamt of, or they go to an agency meeting of some sort and they're sitting there and they're sharing ideas with other people and they go, "God, I wish that was my agency. I wish that was my agency." To me, based on my experience, okay, when the agency principal's committed and when they get their whole team aligned. And we've talked about this, it starts with agency alignment. We've all got to understand where we're going, the thing we've talked about all the time now, is that the same goal, different role. Same goal, retaining and obtaining ideal clients. There's an appreciation, an acknowledgement of different roles. What it looks like is they absolutely understand the 80/20, which we'll be talking about in our next click. They know their vital few clients. They know who they want to replicate. Right. They have the vision, that everybody in the agency understands that they're all on the same page. They have an attitude, which we've talked about before that our great COO, Janey Cahill, did that with us.

Roger Sitkins:

She said, "Hey, complacency doesn't live here." What it looks like, is the ultimate marketing strategy. They round out, they retain, and they replicate their A and B relationships. And everybody's A and B relationships are different. A producer's A and B relationships are different than an agency overall. But if every producer actually does, look, I'm going to round out. In other words, full-time clients only. I'm going to retain because of my continuation process and I'm going to replicate my A's and B's. And what we've shown statistically and I'd love to be able to say, and everybody's done it.

Roger Sitkins:

No, it's one of the toughest things of anything we teach. And we've talked about it out here before, but if you do the numbers and you follow the process and you have, fourth or fifth time now, pigheaded discipline. The producer's books will average growth of 20% a year over the next three to four years. And so let's say it takes a little bit longer. Let's say that at the end of four years, it's not 80%, but it's 60%. That's phenomenal growth. Not every producer's going to do it. Some producers are already retired in place. They just forgot to tell anybody. Some are plateaued and happy. Okay, that's called real world. But those that are committed to growing, if they will follow the process, if they'll get in- do a commercial, get involved with us, we'll help you. This is the passion we have. This passion, this is the best version possible.

Roger Sitkins:

Let's get on this journey together to that. It's so cool when people are coming back, going, "God, that worked, that worked." Yeah because you did what we've talked about. And you know, the things we've talked about are proven processes. When I first started, maybe some of the stuff was, ah, good idea, but no, this is stuff that actually works when you do the work. So it comes back to well, what's it like, well, every client you have, came from a referral and every new client you got gave you a referral, did they give you a referral the first year at that six month anniversary? Maybe not. Maybe it was the second year. Maybe it was the third year. We don't know when, but we do know that the best agencies operate on proactive, not reactive referrals.

Roger Sitkins:

We were talking with a prospect yesterday or the day before, the two of us. And they said, "well, yeah, we get a lot of referrals, but we just get them." Because they're a pretty good agency. They're already at 12, 14 million of revenue. And I said, well, what would it look like if we could follow that as an overall theme for the agency and they went, oh my God.

Roger Sitkins:

I said, "do you think it'd improve your personal income?" Oh yeah. "What about the value of your agency?" Oh yeah. And so what it looks like as an agency that has controlled quality and profitable growth and they're increasing the value of their agency by not just a million, but millions of dollars every year. Because as we know, a hundred thousand dollars of increased profit is worth 1.2 to 1.4 million. Let's play it nice. Let's say it's only worth a million. Okay, in fact I was listening to a podcast this morning at the gym and I haven't even had a chance to share it with you yet. But he said something pretty interesting. He said the speaker was saying from day one, for some reason, I've treated my career as a stock, a Wall Street stock. And I have to keep investing in that and I have to keep monitoring. I have to keep growing it and I thought that's a good attitude.

Brent Kelly:

No, I love that. Thank you for sharing that. Cause it does, I mean apart of it is yes, the mindset, the process, but I do want to paint a picture to the audience, of the listener of what's possible and what the outcome could look like. And we say, I love Zig Ziglar's quote, "Money's not everything. It just ranks right up there with oxygen." So again, part of that is again, the fact that you're doing excellence, right? When you do excellent work, you get paid back on those things. So thank you Roger, for sharing your wisdom on this. Again, this is such an important mindset click into a process.

Brent Kelly:

I do want to tease the next click a little bit into this because you indicated, we're going to get to the next click about not everything, is the most important thing, right? Not everything is the most important thing. And I think the big click that we're going to get into in the next session together is the fact that what are those vital few things? And are we thinking about that in those terms?

Brent Kelly:

Last thing I want to bring up here too, is that this subject today is an example of getting simplified and focus. In fact, you're going to hear more and more coming out. It's not all ready to be released yet. So I've got to curb my enthusiasm as Larry David would say a little bit on this, but the idea is there are four things, four key things that we are going to go very deep and get very clear with agencies about. And hint, hint, this topic today may be one of those key phases that we're going to talk about the new experience that we're going to be delivering to agencies coming very soon.

Brent Kelly:

And so keep your eyes and ears open. There's exciting things coming. I can tell you and if Roger, you want to add this, you can, but I can just tell you the excitement building of what we're doing at Sitkins Group. It's real and the reason why is that there are things that you have worked so hard in your career for, things that I am truly passionate about, that we're going to help agencies do things and achieve things that they never thought possible. So, is that a good tease Roger? Do you want to add anything to that?

Roger Sitkins:

When it's introduced people will understand it's the only place in our whole industry where this holistic approach is going to be brought to them and it's taken me a heck of a long time. And you being with us for almost five years now has been a catalyst for that to bring it all together. So I'm really excited about cause it's going to impact people. They're going to be able to clearly identify, here's what my best version possible looks like. And here's exactly how I'm going to get there. Tease Tease Tease.

Brent Kelly:

All right. Well, enough on that. And by the way, too, if you are interested in the book, it's a great place to get just the overall concept of everything we've talked about and more best version possible. Go to sitkins.com/bvp. So thanks for listening. Roger, we'll talk to you again soon. All right, everybody be good. See ya.

 

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 Other "Clicks" in this Series:

Click #1 - Small Thinking 

Click #2 - Teams

Click #3 - Activity vs. Results

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