To my Dad: For whatever little interest you've helped me to reach with Science, I've used it on these articles. It’s July, and I’m fully into Insurance Season. What is ‘Insurance Season’? Insurance season is a term based on a lesson that Dr Sanjay Tolani, best selling Financial Consultant in all of Asia - talked about. In a nutshell, what tends to happen during October to December is that towards the end of the holidays for students, workers, parents and what not, people will
I am writing this at 3.30am in the morning on a Wednesday. For those of you who didn’t know, Money Maverick releases an article, ideally without fail, on Wednesday between 7 and 8pm (depends if he has an evening appointment). So I have all of...15 hours+ to write a completely new article from start to finish, AND carry out my work day. I have no idea how I am going to pull this off. But because this article has already begun, it means that my success is basically inevitable.
Part of the reason I continue to have a job is because not everyone is as competent in the same area. Some people continue to dominate me in terms of Retirement Plans, even though I was good enough to do a cool write up on them. Disability Income Insurance is another area that I'm not a specialist in. I couldn't tell you specifics without continually asking you to wait or referring to the product summary, and even then there would be questions that are quite tricky to answer.
It was yesterday. I was initially wrote a highly technical article with a comparison between an Early Critical Illness Insurance (ECI) Private plan VERSUS a very popular Group Term Insurance ECI… …However, the end product turned out really skewed and it could actually be summarized in two paragraphs. It wasn’t great content. It was a blunder. With about 32 hours to write a new article from scratch, it did make me think about the many blunders throughout my career. While it ha
I answer questions from clients, prospects and online 'PMs' about Early Critical Illness Insurance vs Multipay, why I Beat the Market and others. I’m surprised you met Christopher Tan. Yes, and it turned out he was in fact not a monster trying to destroy the livelihood of commissioned based agents everywhere (although Christopher Ng is). An eye opener. I remember attending my first Seedly event last year and thinking ‘Wow I really hope this guy doesn’t go because I’ll end up