Trust in each other

TRUST is all you need.

There’s a difference in spending money on what you WANT and what you NEED.

As human beings we tend to trust our own instincts and most of the time we are right, and that works for us, because we know what we want or need.

If it’s something you WANT, you will generally trust a brand and then buy from a reputable dealer.

If it’s something you NEED you will do research, but go back to trusting your own instincts, in the final decision, even if it’s a highly technical product or service and that can lead to understandable human errors.

So why not just talk to people who you already know, like and trust. Family and friends can be great sources of information, especially your more senior relatives, as are other professionals you already trust.

Don’t make an uninformed decision on personal research, ask someone you trust who would they use, its that simple.

I’d like to think anyone wo knows me would say I’m someone you could trust. I will do what I say I will do and stick to it. Technically proficient, qualified and experienced. You don’t have to believe me just ask anyone who knows me and see what they say.

Today I’m sorting solutions for a Mortgage Broker, a Food Manufacturer, a Wholesale Warehouse and a Commercial Photographer, all long standing clients who trust me to do what I say I will do:

The correct solution and the lowest price

Have a great day

Insurance Advice

What’s Important?

Business Insurance is essential if you are to be resilient when the worst happens!

Luckily for most of the businesses I deal with the worst doesn’t happen regularly, but significant challenges do appear from time to time.

Sometimes it’s damage to property, an injury to an employee or a claim made against them by someone else outside the business, whether justified or not. Whatever it is, it has to be dealt with and that is essentially why you are paying your insurance premiums. Someone else deals with the problem whilst you get on with your business #becauseaccidenthappen to nice people all the time.

  • Cost
  • The cover provided
  • Understanding what you’ve bought
  • A personal relationship
  • Trust and confidence
  • All of the above?

Truth is we would all like to get all of the above, but if cost is your overriding consideration then I would argue that you will have to compromise on the rest.

Cheap cover often means a stripped-down policy with only the basics covered, no professional advice about suitability and definitely no conversation about the things that aren’t covered. So how much trust and confidence will you have in a cheap solution?

I would say that the most important thing is a professional, personal relationship with and advisor you can trust.

If you have that, you have someone who is always going to look out for your best interests, not only once a year at renewal, but throughout the time that you work together. Always there to answer questions and give timely advice when you need it. Free at the point of use. #openhonesttransparent

Get good advice and you won’t go far wrong and it doesn’t have to be expensive either.

Have a great week

Insurance Advice