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Last night was the last episode of Game of Thrones? I only know because of Facebook. I think I read one time that 1 percent of Americans have never seen a Game of Thrones episode!
I am part of that 1 percent...I don't even know what that picture is, if it’s even right, or has anything to do with Game of Thrones. I just selected one after searching "Game of Thrones" on a site that allows others to use images without the need of purchasing or copyright.
The funny thing is- and I wrote this on Facebook a while back, I will probably be one of the people 5 years from now, when it comes out on Netflix, that decides to watch it. I will then post a status after the first episode and be like "OH MY GOSH! HAS ANYBODY SEEN GAME OF THRONES ON NETFLIX?! THIS SHOW IS AWESOME!"
One of my friends will comment and be like: You wrote a blog about it 5 years ago, remember?
I don't know, I don't understand. I feel like I HAVE to watch it. How can there only be 1 percent of us?! It is a TV SHOW ABOUT DRAGONS. That is literally all I know. But….you are telling me that I am part of the minority of adults who AREN’T watching this? Game of Thrones has to hold some kind of record, right? Like some unprecedented amount of viewers each week?
I know great shows. There are particular shows that when you ask everyone if they have seen it, they are like: Yeah, of course.
My own mother has watched “Breaking Bad” at least 5 times. Think of the classics: The Sopranos, The Office, Seinfeld, The Simpsons. You know what I mean.
But….I have NEVER seen an entire bar filled with people screaming….to watch an episode of a TV show…
When I watch a tv show, I tell my friends, “Yeah, I’m just going to stay in and watch my show. Detective Kenda is on at 7 tonight, I’ll be in bed by 8:30.” I actually saw a video of that. Seriously. Watch the video on my Facebook to hear that rant. (Although it is much of what you are reading on here)
My question to the reader is: Why? Why do you like it? Why do you think it is so popular? Please, I am actually interested in hearing opinions.
Oh, and by the way- the amount of time it takes to get the little information needed for an insurance quote is probably the same amount of time it took you to read this blog...
One of the most common things as an insurance agent that I hear after writing someone a policy and placing them with a new company is: "Wow! That was easy! I wish I did that a while ago!"
I think the reason why this is the response, more often than not is- people have this misconceived notion that it requires so much effort. They think they are locked in to a contract with their company sometimes. They think "Oh no. What if I switch companies and I do not like them?" (As if the company the person left would not be happy to take the client back.) They think it will take more than 5-10 minutes of their time to provide basic information that is very accessible. "I got into an accident years ago and my company paid my claim, so I know they take care of me in the event something were to happen and I do not know if this new company will!" "I have been with _____ for a long time and they have always treated me good!"
Okay. First thing that people need to know: In today's day and age, 99 percent of the companies make sure to mirror each other in regards to claims processes, methods of pay, and any other thing they can. There is so much competition, they can not afford to have the basics less than average. In addition, I appreciate loyalty to a company. However, if they have been so good to you, why are these your coverage limits and why are you probably paying 1000 dollars more a year on your policy than you should be? My point is- you can almost come up with any reason not to switch.
A friend of ours, said: "Insurance is just a piece of paper until you need it." This is so true.
Insurance agents see so many situations where people's lives are literally turned upside down because they did not have the proper coverage. They did not want to give an agent 10 minutes of their time to see if they were under-insured or if they were paying too much money for their policy and could save literally thousands of dollars. These same people will go and pay 5 dollars for a cup of coffee everyday but will not pay 50 cents a day for an Umbrella Policy! Unfortunately, a lot of their agents will not even discuss what an umbrella policy is! It is our job as Agents to make sure our clients are informed.
Guys- I took a liking to insurance because I honestly felt like I was helping people. I honestly felt that I was selling them a product that they needed. Please, for your family and yourself, make sure you have the proper coverages. I do not care if you talk to your agent to make sure or the agent down the street. Just take the time to do it. I would be more than happy to speak with you and go over your policy together as well! Just say: "Hey, Eric! Can you look at my policy for me?" I'll say no problem! I would love to.
We understand that you are busy. You go to work, pay your bills, some of you have kids with full time schedules as well. You are running them around and when you finally get home you just want to put on Netflix and relax. Well...So do I. You are not alone or different for feeling that way.
That is why at Danver Premier Insurance Agency we make it as convenient as possible for you to get your information over to us so that we can provide a quote. We cater to your schedule and time by making it a very easy process for you to understand your coverages and a very easy way to compare our quote to your current policy. Come see our unique system that we have in place and come become a Premier Client.
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