I hope all is when in your world, despite these strange times. Can you even remember a time when things were crazier?
When we lived in Atlanta, we had a neighbor who was a former Army Ranger and a CPA. I’d see him every morning early. As I’d be going out for the paper, he’d be pulling out in his car, and he would roll down the window and say, “we’re all gonna die!” Then he’d peel out in his car and go to work.
He did that every day that I saw him for six years and I learned something important. Check out this video and find out what I learned!
That’s right, life really is short, even if we live to be a hundred, it’ll be gone in the blink of an eye.
If there’s something you’ve been meaning to do, something deep inside that you can’t let go of, you better do it now!
So whether that thing is starting to paint, planning a trip around the world (because the world will open again) or just picking up the phone and calling that person you haven’t spoken to in thirty years and apologizing, now is the time.
Clients often ask, “Why did you choose to be a Medicare broker?”
My joy in life has nothing to do with the insanity that is Medicare, but it has EVERYTHING to do with helping people navigate Medicare and in living a life of service and providing for my family.
So find a big reason to get up and don’t put it off any longer.