December 2019 Newsletter

As 2019 draws to a close & we are about to start another decade in 2020, I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year & all the best for 2020!

Have a great Christmas with family & friends & if you are embarking upon an out of town or overseas Christmas holiday have a great time, travel safe, drive with care for yourself & others & look after yourself & your family & come back refreshed & motivated to start another year.

We have certainly seen some dramatic & sad & changing events here in NZ in 2019 with the 15th of March tragic & barbaric shooting & in the last 24 hours the White Island eruption & significant loss of life it highlights & confirms sadly that life can change in a split second as we have seen & these occurrences were beyond the control of the innocent loss of lives & these are only two examples of how these life-changing occurrences can & do change lives for some people that has a lifelong impact.

I just suggest to each & everyone of my newsletter recipients that on a wet, rainy, windy day over the holiday period, of which there will be one for sure, take some time to reflect, question, ask yourself one simple question & that is the simple words of “WHAT IF ?”

Those two words bring so many meaning & possible outcomes to the table & I seriously put forward to each of you, don’t walk away from the question & the possible outcomes it could have for yourself, your family, your business, your business partners, your financial position & financial commitments & importantly your health & well being. Make a commitment to address them & make it one of your first priorities to address in 2020

I hear so many people talk about the cost of insurance & I don’t need the cover & I will be fine. The question I ask what is the cost to you, your family & your business if I did not have the cover & knowing I have the right cover & structure in a time of need.

Is the cost of $10 per day (2 cups of coffee), not an acceptable amount of money to make sure, yourself, your family, your business & business partners have peace of mind cover, should the “What if” question arrived on your doorstep.

I welcome the opportunity to having the conversation to address the “What If” question with you or anyone you know that is dear & close to you & creating for them good value for money peace of mind cover, my phone or e-mail is always on & ready to help & advice

Have a great Christmas & best wishes for 2020, have fun, sun & friendship over the Christmas break & please don’t forget the “Slip, Slop, Slap” message in the hot conditions & look forward to catching up with you in 2020.

If I can assist you before year-end also, please get in touch.

Kevin – Mobile (027) 204 4301 or E-Mail kevinh@apexgroup.co.nz

Regards & thanks,

Kevin.

P.S. If you are in business, then you really do need to protect yourself with some form of insurance. Download my free resource on the 10 Reasons to have Insurance if you are in Business. Grab your copy here

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