How to teach an old dog new tricks

My dog died about 2 years ago.

Almost 15 years old.

He was a big old Mastiff/Rotty.

He was originally my wife’s dog. Had him ever since he was a puppy.

By the time I met him, he was already like… 10 or something.

Anywho, he didn’t pay attention to me at all.

Not until I started taking him for a walk.

Then… everything changed.

Turns out… you CAN teach an old dog new tricks.

Lots of them.

You just have to keep walking them. Day in. Day out.

Practice. Practice. Practice.

You cant skip a day or you start all over again. At least… in the beginning.

When he died… I thought I’d never want another dog.

I mean… how do you replace your dog?

Then, I realized something else… you never replace him.

You find a new best friend and you start walking him.

Every day.

It’s been a long time coming, but today my wife and I went to see a new puppy.

Here’s to teaching THIS old dog a new trick… (thanks wife!)

Speaking of which… you know something…

I’ve had people of all ages ask me if insurance planning is right for them.

Some people are really young but… some people are over 50.

Some people are over 60.

You know what?

For the most part… age don’t matter.

All that matters is they’re willing to go out for a walk.

Every day.

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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.