Leadership and Life Insurance
Do you have life insurance? Do you consider yourself a leader? The two can go hand in hand! My oldest nephew is about to graduate from college and although he may tell you otherwise, I know he is a born leader. As a young man, he has the charisma and charm of a much older person and those qualities are going to help him go far in life – and not just because I am biased!
During his college days, he had to show leadership while in his classes – it’s a requirement. That leadership spilled out into his personal life outside of school. I’ve witnessed it first-hand both with his friends and with his younger siblings and cousins. Although he doesn’t have life insurance, he does have a family where most of us work in the financial services or insurance business, so he’s aware of its importance.
If he were to purchase a life insurance policy now, even a small one, which will undoubtedly cost much less than at any other time going forward, his friends just may follow suit and how great would that be? Their families wouldn’t have to worry about funeral expenses should something unexpected happen to them. Also, they’ll have some amount of coverage already in place should they become less healthy in years to come when obtaining an insurance policy would be much more expensive, if they could qualify at all.
Talk to your young adult children and let them know how important life insurance coverage is at any age. You don’t need to be married with children to consider purchasing a policy, we all need coverage to help lessen the burden on our loved ones when we pass away.
About the author: Lauri Pella has been in the life insurance business for over 29 years. She is a fitness enthusiast who actively supports foundations like the American Cancer Society, and the March of Dimes. Lauri would love the opportunity to help your family have a peace of mind, knowing they have the right life insurance coverage. You can contact Lauri at 1-800-651-1953 or LPella@Pivot.com.