A competent Medicare Insurance Broker will do the same thing: they will work with multiple carriers and types of coverage so that you can explore all of your options, and NOT pigeon hole you into a single plan or company.
Hearing Loss Ruins Everything – As a Medicare As a Medicare Insurance Broker, I speak with clients every week about Medicare Insurance options, the topic of self-care, and how retirees best manage the aging process.
Want to know the biggest mistake I see?
How hard it is for some people to deal with hearing loss.
That used to be me!
Hearing Loss Ruins Everything – Hearing loss causes social isolation, cognitive decline and it can lead to depression.
The average person procrastinates more than six years AFTER hearing loss has occurred!
Wanna be happier? Wanna live longer? Want have more meaningful connections?
Swallow your damn pride and get your hearing tested!
It changed my life for the better.
Some Medicare Insurance plans include hearing benefits, so check your plan.
If they don’t, go to Costco or Sam’s Club and schedule a free hearing test.
Just remember to be patient with the hearing aid learning process…
Hearing loss occurs over time and it usually takes a while to find the right equipment and for the brain to adjust.
Of course not everyone succeeds with hearing aids.
But, if you persevere, the payoff is HUGE…
More joy, better relationships, and you might be able to hear the birds again!
As your Medicare Insurance Broker, I see too many people lose sight of this fact.
If you clicked on the video, you learned how thinking about death can improve your life!
I spoke with a young friend whose mother had been diagnosed with and died of pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic cancer kills quickly.
Can you imagine how distraught this must have made him and his family?
Nicholas’ response to his mother’s diagnoses changed everything.
“When they told me she had this cancer, in my mind, I decided she was already dead. That made every second I had with her thereafter a gift from heaven.”
Miraculously, his mother lived another 24 months.
Did his mother die well?
Nicholas did not sugarcoat anything.
“It was hard, she died in the hospital, but she died surrounded by the people she loved most, my father, my sister and I, and those last two years gave her more love than she ever could have imagined. Those last two years were a gift.”
We are all going to die.
But using this knowledge to reframe every waking moment can bring deep joy and new energy to all pleasure and the challenges in our lives.
Life is all about perspective. The onus is upon to remember and reframe, to get our minds off ourselves and to find ways to help others.
That’s it for this week.
Remember when you and your friends have questions about Medicare, I’m here if you need me.