Can Notaries Benefit from the Secrets of Office Buddhism?

By Carrie Christensen Buddhism mind training, called Lojong, has 59 Slogans that can help keep your thoughts peaceful and productive while facing challenges with notarizations and building your loan signing business. Adding a little Buddhism philosophy can also help change your attitude towards those you work with and uplevel your productivity.  Here

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What is a Supervised Visitation Provider?

If you don’t know, it’s probably a good thing! Notary Public Seminars offers Supervised Visitation Provider training (formally known as Child Visitation Monitor). Trained providers are hired to accompany and observe a noncustodial parent’s time with their children. There are several reasons a judge orders monitored visits. Sometimes a parent’s divorce experience is contentious

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Practicing Safe Notary Law

By Carrie Christensen When I think of Notary safety, my thought immediately goes to liability. How can a Notary prevent exposure to a lawsuit or an investigation? The answer is simple; Notaries must follow the laws without variation, every time. Even curve balls that cast a bit of murkiness on

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Power of Attorney – An Important Document

By: Carrie Christensen The Power of Attorney is an important document that is necessary and practical in today’s world.  If I planned an extended trip to Europe, I would give my daughter the right to sign on my behalf to pay bills, manage the house and make medical decisions for

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Starting Your Mobile Notary Business

Starting Your Mobile Notary Business By Carrie Christensen – Carrie knows a thing or two about building a business; she started ours on her own over 20 years ago! This week, our fearless leader brings you helpful tips for starting your very own mobile Notary business. So, you have your

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Common Documents You Can and Cannot Notarize

Common Documents You Can and Cannot Notarize By Leah Cornelius – As our Director of Operations, Leah spends a lot of time handling the day to day business, but she also spends time researching CA Notary Law and developing tools to make our students’ jobs easier. She’s taught with NPS

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My Notary Story – Jackie Woods-Jefferson

Did you ask me to commit fraud? I’m a Notary! Jackie Woods-Jefferson is a Notary, loan signing agent, and an instructor here at Notary Public Seminars. She also owns a successful loan signing agency and is one of our favorite experts!   As a Notary, one of the first things

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What To Do With a Lost or Stolen Journal

Judith is our Social Media Manager and Administrative Assistant. She uses her own brand of wizardry to keep all our students informed and up-to-date, and we think she rocks! It can happen to anyone… the realization that you have lost your Notary Journal. You start to panic and think, “Oh

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My Notary Story – Jerry Knoester

This month, we’re sharing Jerry Knoester’s Notary Story. Jerry took his first class with us twelve years ago and we’ve gotten to know him pretty well over the years.  As a Christian and a Notary, Jerry experiences his mobile Notary work in unique ways. He told The Notary Journal why he

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7 Essentials for Mobile Notaries

Today’s blog title comes from one of our Notaries extraordinaire, Jackie Woods-Jefferson. She owns and operates a successful loan signing business called SAFE Signing. She is also a Notary and Loan Signing Instructor for Notary Public Seminars, Inc. She has created a list of seven essentials for a Mobile Notary

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