Money, think security, strength and happiness…
Money, think about it. A recent study, published in the Harvard Business Review, found that people who think about money are less likely to feel left out by their peers. The study looked at individuals who felt ostracized at work and found that “…situational reminders or simple thoughts of money can provide a sense of strength, making people feel able to withstand difficulties.”
Thinking about the Harvard study in terms of life insurance, it would seem that individuals who own life insurance must also feel stronger, better able to overcome difficulties, and more socially welcome.
While the study looked at people who felt left out at work, it may also be applied to other feelings of safety and adequacy. the study stated, “From a survival point of view, money provides greater control over one’s physical and social circumstances”
While money may talk, life insurance yells. Even though it’s good for today, money won’t provide you strength when you’re gone. Life insurance, on the other hand will. It not only provides security, strength and happiness for you personally, it also provides it for your beneficiaries.