Plan. Risk. Live Your Life to the Fullest.

http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photography-sky-diving-illustration-man-image45253147You need to plan right in order to get the most out of life.

And you need to be a smart shopper in order to plan right.

On this blog I give you the inside scoop…

I show you how the world of life insurance really works…

And I give you the top tips to make your way through it easily.

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My most recent blog posts:

What I Don’t Want With My Medical Insurance (3/26/2017) - Here’s my two cents on the Obamacare/Trumpcare debate. I’ll tell you what I don’t want when it comes to medical insurance: I don’t want the federal government taking over the entire marketplace just to make sure a small percentage of the population has coverage. The vast majority of people financially and medically qualify for a […]
Honoring Your Parents: Feeling for Them, Not with Them (3/18/2017) - Getting old is a challenge. For many people, it is probably the ultimate test in life as they realize they are not invincible and that their mortality is a reality. As each day goes by, their strength, vitality, and overall physical condition weaken. They may find that everyday activities are harder to get through and […]
How Business Owners Use Life Insurance to Take Care of Their Estate (3/8/2017) - Many successful businesses are family-owned and operated. You can find family-run enterprises in every industry: manufacturing, construction, real estate, insurance, law, financial services, hotel and restaurant management, and the list goes on. Every trade, every profession. The business often becomes a way to create a family legacy, to achieve a reputation as people of quality, […]
Pot and Life Insurance: Answers to the 10 Biggest Questions (2/28/2017) - Society’s perceptions of marijuana have undergone a drastic change since I was in junior high. Back then, it was normal for schools to assign Tuned Out as part of the curriculum and show “Reefer Madness” in class, with the intended purpose of teaching us that pot would turn you into an acid addict who would […]
Honoring Your Parents: How Would They Deal With Trump Hysteria? (2/7/2017) - Recent political events have caused people to react in sad, ugly, and hurtful ways. We hear of people cutting off their friends and family based on whom they support, and the internet is abounding with negativity. All of this behavior is completely unnecessary and only serves to drag us down and bring out the worst […]

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What else is on this blog?

You can learn more about life insurance products and the life insurance industry:

Inside The Industry.  What you need to know about the life insurance marketplace and products. My humble commentary on political, legal, and economic trends that affect the industry.

Winning The Life Insurance Game. How to make the application process work for you. My advice for people with specific risk factors, such as tough medical conditions and extreme hobbies, on how to get coverage at a reasonable rate.

The Conscious Consumer.  Thoughts on why people buy – or postpone buying – life insurance. I often call upon studies of neuroscience, psychology, religion, and spirituality to explain consumer behavior.

Partners Are People, Too.  Spouses, life partners, and business partners need to cooperate on financial matters, especially regarding sensitive topics such as life insurance. Here I offer some of the fruits of over 30 years of happy marriage :) to help your decision-making dynamics run more smoothly.

Know Your Broker. The life insurance salesman must really be a “renaissance man”…part business owner, part financial professional, part spiritual guide. I want to share with you a few things about myself, my company, and my life.

 

Want to learn more?
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