Letting My Friends Know About Income Protection Insurance
I love to shop. I shop because it makes me feel happy and good about myself. Having the chance to prove to myself that I can buy for myself, gives me a different kind of self-esteem and it makes me proud. I shop because I need to shop for things that I need to survive everyday living. I shop to reward myself for all the efforts and hardships that I go through and surpass each and every day. I shop because I need the time and the activity to take me off my problems and stress, and make me realize that there are still good things about life.
With this much love for shopping, it is obvious that I frequent the malls and shops. Even when I go to Guam for a vacation, I do not miss the opportunity to visit its malls. Because I frequently visit these places, I could almost draw the area in my mind. I know where to go for whatever I need. Malls have almost become a second home for me. Sometimes, I shop alone, sometimes I shop with my family, and often times, I shop with some friends. No matter when or who I am with, when I am out shopping, even if I buy just one stuff or even when I buy tons of stuffs, I always feel happy about it, because it reminds me that my sacrifices and efforts work hard and earn, has finally paid off.
Also because of my frequent visits to the mall, I was able to be acquainted with a lot of them. This is the reason why, when something terrible happened inside the mall, I helped some of them recover from the loss.
An accident in the mall occurred, and it destroyed a lot of the stalls and shops in it, including those I frequented and have come to be friends with.
I was just thankful that nobody was hurt. I was confident that all of them had income protection insurance, as what I had secured for my own business and employees.When I came to ask them how things are, some of the shops have closed because they cannot keep up with the loss from the incident, while others are struggling to get their business back up and running. I was shocked and asked them if their insurance did not give them any aid because they can file legal action against the company. They told me they were not insured, and I was struck by their doom, even when I was not involved.
I helped a few of them get back on their feet, and asked them if they knew of any insurance companies in Guam that had a good reputation. They gave me a company called Century Insurance Group. As I browsed their services via www.centuryinsurancegroup.net, I was not entirely convinced of everything that they offer. There were a lot of fine prints. So, I personally handled their insurance by referring them to the company that also handles my insurance. They were more than happy to accept my offer and were very grateful. I was beaming with pride for myself, because I was able to do such a great thing. Even when I do not personally know them that well yet, I can feel their struggles to make their businesses survive. I was in that position a long time ago too, and it would be great to help them succeed. For me, their success in the future can still add to my success, too.