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2007 How Did We Do…. 2007 New Premium. 2007 Total DWP. 2007 Assets Under MGMT. $17,500,000. 2007 Loss Ratio. 47.1% $15,750,000 – profit sent to Columbus. $55,000,000 – profit sent to Columbus since 2002. 2007 Growth. What Great People Can Do Together. 2008 Plan. 2008 New Premium.

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    1. 2007 How Did We Do…

    2. 2007 New Premium

    3. 2007 Total DWP

    4. 2007 Assets Under MGMT $17,500,000

    5. 2007 Loss Ratio 47.1% $15,750,000 – profit sent to Columbus $55,000,000 – profit sent to Columbus since 2002

    6. 2007 Growth

    7. What Great People Can Do Together

    8. 2008 Plan

    9. 2008 New Premium

    10. 2008 Total Premium 22% Growth 22 Million Pesos in Assets Under Management

    11. 2008 Total Premium 22% Growth 22 Million Dollars in Assets Under Management

    12. It’s Just One Mistake Right? • 1 Remittance Math Error • On 26 Reports • Over 20 Days • Throughout 12 Months • Equals 6240 Mistakes

    13. Escalation Curve Mistakes can Destroy a Business

    14. It’s Just One Mistake Right? • 1 File Error • On 5 Files • At 26 Offices • Over 52 Weeks • Equals 6760 Missing Papers

    15. Escalation Curve Mistakes can Destroy a Business

    16. It’s Just One Mistake Right? • 1 Unanswered Underwriting E-mail • On 250 Policies Per Week • Over 52 Weeks • Equals 13,000 • Potential Rejections

    17. Escalation Curve Mistakes can Destroy a Business

    18. It’s Just One Mistake Right? • 1 Wrong Phone Number • On 88 Employees Contacts per day • Over 261 Working Days • Equals 22,968 Wrong Numbers

    19. Escalation Curve Mistakes can Destroy a Business

    20. Escalation Curves • What Do They Tell Us? • Do You Really See What’s Happening? • Does This Information Disturb you? • Do You See Why We Have To Take Action Now? • Do You See Why the Theme for 2008 is Passage to Perfection? • If You Look At This In An Objective State of Mind, Take All The Emotion Away, All Of Our Accolades And All Of Our Success, Your Answer Still Has To Be Yes.

    21. Reality Says • We Must Take The Passage to Perfection

    22. What is the Passage to Perfection ?

    23. Passage to Perfection

    24. Passage to Perfection

    25. Passage to Perfection

    26. Passage to Perfection

    27. Passage to Perfection

    28. Passage to Perfection

    29. Passage to Perfection

    30. Passage • Passage - pas·sage • Pronunciation: • \ˈpa-sij\ • Function: • noun • Date: • 13th century • a: the action or process of passing from one place, condition, or stage to another.

    31. Perfection • Perfection - per·fec·tion • Pronunciation: • \pər-ˈfek-shən\ • Function: • noun • Etymology: • Middle English perfeccioun, from Anglo-French perfection, from Latin perfection-, perfectio, from perficere • Date: • 13th century • 1: the quality or state of being perfect: as a: freedom from fault or defect : flawlessness , an unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence, the act or process of perfecting

    32. Accuracy Attitude Excellence Passage to Perfection • A continuous willingness to embrace the process of passing from your current condition, or stage to a state of being free from fault or defect with an unsurpassable degree of accuracy and excellence.

    33. Is Perfection Possible? • You’ve heard them all! • Perfection is Impossible. • Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.  ~Confucius • Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it.  ~Salvador Dali • Striving for excellence motivates you; striving for perfection is demoralizing. ~Harriet Braiker

    34. Perfection is Possible • Subjective: • Most people look at perfection in a subjective state of mind, which means that they are using their personal views past experience and background to measure perfection. Through these eyes there is never a perfect person, painting, movie, book, etc.

    35. Perfection is Possible • Objective • If you view perfection from an objective state of mind, you are looking at facts or conditions as perceived without distortion by personal feelings, prejudices, or interpretations, then perfection is possible.

    36. Perfection is Possible Perfect Circle

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    39. Perfection is Possible Perfect Score 10 100 300

    40. Perfection is Possible Perfect Season 1972 Dolphins 17 - 0 - 0

    41. Perfection is Possible Perfect Attendance

    42. Perfection is Possible Perfect Process

    43. Perfection is Possible Perfect Remittance

    44. Perfection is Possible Perfect Quote

    45. Perfection is Possible Perfect File

    46. Perfection is Possible Perfect Greeting