Well, we take a week off from recording/producing the financial procast and the market decides it's going to fall apart. I wasn't aware that our podcast was the glue that holds it all together?
In light of that, and the fact that today marks the 3rd anniversary of our show, we decided to take a break from our normal show format. We dedicated today's show entirely to a discussion of risk.
To be perfectly honest, this is more of what we initially planned when we launched the podcast back in 2012. Brandon and I would often have these long phone conversations where we would discuss issues that face our clients and the people we talk to on a regular basis.
We said, “Gee, we should really record these–every now and again one of us says something that might prove valuable to other people”
That's how the Financial Procast was born. So, here we are getting back to that.
On a more serious note, we are honored and somewhat amazed that anyone cares to listen to us on a semi-regular basis. It is truly an honor and privilege to be able to do what we do. We thank you all for supporting us.
Brantley is a practicing life insurance agent and has been for nearly 18 years. After years of trying to sell like his sales managers wanted him to, he discovered that people want to buy life insurance if you actually explain the benefits.
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