I like watching Breaking Bad. I was on to this program from the beginning, when critics just promised something good and it hadn’t gained such widespread fame.
If you don’t know much about the TV show Breaking Bad, you can just google it. At the core it is a complicated, gritty, sad, happy, and intense story of how one man, Walter White, decided to make a change in his life so he could provide financially for his family because he had been diagnosed with cancer. His choices were drastic and the impact, both negative and positive, significant
Whey am I blogging about this? Well, it has to do with money, goals, dreams, and choices.
I understand the value of insurance for a variety of purposes, including life insurance which creates an instant estate to provide for those left behind. Of course buying life insurance requires some awareness of the value of purchasing it, and must be done while someone is healthy enough to qualify. Life insurance companies wouldn’t stay in business if they took on someone like Walt after he had been diagnosed.
I have met with many clients over the year and helped them make life insurance purchase decisions and then placed them in an appropriate product. It sounds pretty boring when explained this way, so I was simply inspired by an article I read in a professional website. It draws a parallel between Walter White (a TV character of course, not a real person), his late life career choice, and how different things could have been with some insurance planning and purchase.
Please click here to learn more. A great way of tying things together and the Breaking Bad franchise presents the last episode this evening.
Until Next Time