How much life insurance do you REALLY need?

Let’s talk about something important.

A long time ago in a college far far away, someone decided political correctness needed to become the law.

And so… they invented a bunch of words whose meaning I can’t entirely figure out.

The list:

  • cis-gendered
  • pansexual
  • heteronormative
  • gender binary
  • misogyny
  • patriarchy
  • trigger
  • rape culture
  • “1 in 5”
  • $0.75/$1.00
  • body acceptance
  • creepy/creeper
  • literally
  • “wow like wow”
  • empowerment
  • microaggression
  • safe space
  • problematic
  • toxic whiteness
  • they
  • bigot

And, of course, “privilege”.

That one is the grandaddy of them all.

When you hear this word, all your hard work is guaranteed to be dragged over coarse salt and your accomplishments chalked up to “luck.”

Now for the sad part.

Most of the folks using these words probably don’t want to be evil people. They probably believe they’re promoting fairness and kindness.

I once heard a podcast host describe it this way: it’s not fair that people get picked on for being who they are.

And then followed up with: “there’s this bullsh*t hero narrative where you’re actually supposed to be responsible for yourself.”

It was a podcast about how to be better with your money.

How ironical.

Anywho, moving on.

If you really and truly want to be responsible with money, then you need to save and do something else which isn’t nearly so obvious…

You must insure your life against death— against the loss of your income which is what allows you to save.

Think of it this way: if you own a home worth $300,000 do you buy $200,000 of insurance to protect it against burning down?


You insure it for its full value.

Same thing with your life.

Insure it for its full value.

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David Lewis, AKA The Rogue Agent, has been a life insurance agent since 2004, and has worked with some of the oldest and most respected mutual life insurance companies in the U.S. during that time. To learn more about him and his business, go here.