“I Sell Money.”

Yes, that is what I do.  Pretty plain and simple.  Twice this past week, I have been challenged to come up with a new elevator speech.  You know the one, where someone asks you “What do you do?”   So, I woke up at 4:30 A.M this morning to this realization.  I used to say, I am an insurance agent. But in reality, my end product is money.  Money from insurance companies when you or your family need it most.  When you get sick or hurt, it is your medical insurance that pays those big bills.  If you become sick or disabled, there is money to pay those pesky bills.  When you die, (notice I did not say if), your family will have money to take care of your final expenses.  And if your family depends on you financially, there is money so that they can go on with their lives.  And, if you are lucky enough to retire, I sell money so that you can never outlive your money.  Pretty good idea, right?

To get a bit more technical, I use insurance products to leverage money.  Not nearly as compelling is it?  How about, “I sell dollars for pennies?” That is an old one, but true.  Insurance is a great product.  But how do you know if you are getting a good deal?  That is where I come in.  I sell for a lot of reputable and financially loaded insurance companies.  But some have better products to meet your needs than others.  Some of them give you a better deal for your money. I can help you understand what it is that they are offering to do and help you shop for the one that is best for you and your family.