Friday, May 08, 2009

Three Generations.

During the past twenty seven years, I had insured thousand of lives and I am still preaching for more. Some asked when I am going to stop selling. No way! Because selling is my hobby and talking is my interest. Both click in very well with each other. If one doesn't enjoy talking, selling life insurance is going to be miserable, as selling needs plenty of energy to talk. The three decades allows me to extend my coverage to selling three generations in one family; the grand father, children and grand children. Hopefully I could break the record by selling to the great grand children soon. Recently one of my client and his family who have migrated to the other part of the globe, continued to top up their insurance needs with me here. I assured him, no matter what happened to me, their insurances would still be taken care by my closed associates. He later replied with a letter which touched me so much, that I almost cried while reading it. Rather than keeping it all by myself, I like to share with those who are keen to read my blog.

In short he wrote: "Well said dad. If i have to choose the insurance man to look after me it would had been you. There is no better choice on earth. Regardless of your team i believe my dad will take good care of his beloved son. I had learned the best part of my life and thanks to your patience and understanding i m brought up well and i will continue to be inspired to do the same for your beloved grandson. You had provided me undivided love and attention and continued to support it. Thanks dad. It has been the best part of my life to be your son. It wont stop here dad as there are many more years for us to enjoy life together". Signed Alvin Foo.

Thank you son. Your dad, yourself and your children, will be well taken care by my commitment. With the blessing from The Universe, I might have the opportuity to insure your grand children one day. Please allow me to hand over the life insurance to you then.

Specially to my son - "You can do what you want to do, accomplish what you want to accomplish, attain any reasonable objective you may have in mind -- not all of a sudden, perhaps not in one swift and sweeping act of achievement -- but you can do it gradually, day by day and play by play, if you want to do it, if you work to do it, over a sufficiently long period of time." - William E. Holler

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