Deal with intimadating people

21-May-2020 19:01

If you answered yes, then click here to learn more about Bang today.Becoming a property adjuster without learning Xactimate is just a non-starter.The course was a good well laid out for the material that was prepared. She was very patient with students that were having difficulties with computer issues and explaining the material.

If you’re too nervous to do this, or if you’re scared you will get rejected and it affecting your grade, then .

I always run two and being able to follow her along while creating my own diagram was invaluable-I don't know how I would have manged if I had to keep jumping screens. To me it seemed (no fault of the instructor) that a good 20% of the class time I just sat idle while she corrected other people's issues that could have been avoided, in my opinion, by running dual screens. I had downloaded the Xactimate demo a few days prior and played around with it, but found it pretty intimidating due to the complexity.

Once I started the course, however, I felt a lot different about it.

The instructor, Nadine Bisson, was extremely patient and knowledgeable with this program. I would recommend this course to any person recently licensed as an adjuster. She covered all of the basics of Xactimate, and provided us with much needed information regarding shortcuts, and how she would have done something had it been in "real life." Nadeen was unbelievable in her knowledge, but even more so with her patience. I would HIGHLY recommend that Adjuster Pro makes dual monitors a must for students.

I think that is the number one reason some folks couldn't keep up.

If you’re too nervous to do this, or if you’re scared you will get rejected and it affecting your grade, then .

I always run two and being able to follow her along while creating my own diagram was invaluable-I don't know how I would have manged if I had to keep jumping screens. To me it seemed (no fault of the instructor) that a good 20% of the class time I just sat idle while she corrected other people's issues that could have been avoided, in my opinion, by running dual screens. I had downloaded the Xactimate demo a few days prior and played around with it, but found it pretty intimidating due to the complexity.

Once I started the course, however, I felt a lot different about it.

The instructor, Nadine Bisson, was extremely patient and knowledgeable with this program. I would recommend this course to any person recently licensed as an adjuster. She covered all of the basics of Xactimate, and provided us with much needed information regarding shortcuts, and how she would have done something had it been in "real life." Nadeen was unbelievable in her knowledge, but even more so with her patience. I would HIGHLY recommend that Adjuster Pro makes dual monitors a must for students.

I think that is the number one reason some folks couldn't keep up.

Otherwise you will want to keep having these isolated conversations until that one magic moment where you leave the classroom or building and go have a coffee , snack, or smoothie together.