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Foundation | Staying Active, How to Take a Break, and Cash Value Life Insurance

Foundation | Staying Active, How to Take a Break, and Cash Value Life Insurance

Staying active in all aspects of life and business works. Just ask Mitch!

That kind of positive activity applies when things aren’t going well, in your day-to-day sales routine, or just getting up and getting going. We can also call this effort.

And as discussed in this “Foundation” episode, it relates to pivoting — we all pivoted with this Covid situation.

This podcast episode with Mitch Long and Eric Kasimov is about activity, a drive to Pittsburgh, and a market trend on cash value life insurance.

This new podcast series on Entrepreneur Perspectives is called Foundation. We aim to support entrepreneurs — and we think the word foundation is applicable in our support of entrepreneurs in many ways: fundamentals, life insurance, protection, family, thesis, beliefs, support, help, mental health, and much more.

What does “Foundation” mean:

As defined by Google dictionary, foundation means: “an underlying basis or principle. -or- : the lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level.”

Sit with that for a bit. In the meantime…

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Connect with us:

Mitch Long: LinkedIn

About Mitch: Mitch helps advisors, P&C agents, and banks with their life insurance, disability insurance, long-term care, and annuity production. SVP at KazSource Insurance.

Eric Kasimov: Twitter, LinkedIn

KazSource: Facebook, Twitter

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