How Are Life Insurance and National Compliment Day Connected?

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What do Life Insurance and National Compliment Day have in common? I personally feel it is a huge compliment to someone if you have life insurance, so if something were to happen to you, they would be taken care of.

January 24th 2015 is National Compliment Day.This day was created in 1988 by Debby Hoffman and Kathy Chamberlin from Concord and Hopkinton, New Hampshire. They did this to remind people that by giving compliments, you help to build self-esteem and encourage others to keep up the great work. National Compliment Day is a chance for you to help build someone else’s self esteem and make their day.

It is not only good to receive the compliments but it gives you a good feeling inside to give these compliments to someone. That old saying is so true “There is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving.” I truly believe this.

You could compliment your family; tell your spouse what a great job he or she did. Maybe it was a dinner that was made. Let him or her know how much you appreciate them. Also let your children know how well they are doing whether it be with doing things at home or at school. You could let your friends know what a good friend they are. I know I have some pretty awesome friends myself that are there whenever I need them.

Whether you compliment your friends or your family or maybe your boss, make an extra effort to do this on January 24th 2014 for National Compliment Day. We should also be reminded to do this more often than not. I know, I will definitely try!

As a compliment to your loved ones, make sure you have life insurance to take care of them if something were to happen to you. After all this is a real way to give to your loved ones. Protecting their financial futures is priceless. Don’t wait another minute!

About the author: Pam Fortier has been in the life insurance business for over 30 years. She also holds both a LUTCF designation and a CISR designation. Pam is adept at helping clients select the coverage they want at the price they can afford. You can contact Pam at 1-800-651-1953 or