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Reflections on the Growth of Women’s Rugby

By Kristen Thomas | February 21, 2017

I have been thinking a lot recently about my journey in rugby and the overall rise of women’s rugby in the United States. As I reflect upon the last several years, I realize that we women have accomplished a lot. For the first time ever, women’s rugby was in the Olympics, and women’s rugby is now tabbed an NCAA Emerging Varsity Sport. Most importantly, however, thousands of girls are picking up a rugby ball.

Creating Successful Careers for Veterans

By Danny Noles, LUTCF, FSS, RFC, CLF | February 15, 2017

For the past few months, our agency has been busy with an idea we call “High Five a Hero” as a way of showing our thanks to those serving in the military. But we’re also going one step beyond just thanking veterans by recruiting them as advisers.

Seven Heart Health Lessons I Learned the Hard Way

By Keith Bratz | February 7, 2017

I learned the hard way to take heart health personally. I’ve read all the literature and heard all the messages about heart health, just as you probably have, yet I never took heart health seriously until I had my own heart crisis. I’m blessed to be here to share my story, and I urge you not to ignore what I say today.

Why Buy Life Insurance After Age 65?

By Raymond Caucci | February 1, 2017

While life insurance is sometimes seen as something only young people need – when someone has a young family, a mortgage, and an income to protect – people over age 65 are increasingly looking to buy life insurance. Here’s why that makes sense.

Doubling Penn Mutual’s Field Force, Doubling Down on Diversity

By Jessica Choi | January 24, 2017

Eileen McDonnell wrote recently about Penn Mutual’s ambition to become one of the top ten life insurance companies by 2025, and a large part of that effort depends on growing and diversifying our field force.

Relationships and Values: Four Generations of Navigating the Unknown

By Tod Lashway | January 17, 2017

Last year, about this time, my father passed away. It was not unexpected, but I lost one of the formative people in my life – tall, strong, a disciplinarian, but he had a big heart beneath all the bluster. My mother showed me how to treat others with respect and dignity, to be considerate of others’ perspectives and well-being. Together, they taught us family values and responsibility for each other. Relationships and values.

Choosing to Lead: Penn Mutual Aims to be Top Ten in Life Insurance Sales by 2025

By Eileen C. McDonnell | January 10, 2017

Penn Mutual has moved from the 38th to the 17th position in new life sales since the “Great Recession”. Now we are laser focused on breaking into the top ten by 2025!

Women and Wealth: Empower Yourself

By Ande Frazier | January 3, 2017

Did you know that women age 50 and older control a net worth of $19 trillion and own more than 3/4 of the nation’s financial wealth? That’s no small number. With women controlling as much wealth as they are, it’s important to have a clear understanding of how to manage it.

My Experience Playing Rugby at the Rio Olympics

By Madison Hughes | December 27, 2016

The growth of collegiate rugby and the return to the Olympics have given us great visibility, but I believe it is the growth of youth rugby in the U.S. that we must focus on, as this will increase the level of play at all levels.

People Think Life Insurance Makes a Great Gift. Really.

By Stacey Fabricant | December 20, 2016

Give the gift of life insurance. We were more than a little surprised about the results of our latest national survey of 1,600 people, asking them what made a great holiday gift. It turns out that people think the gift of life insurance is a wonderful idea!

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